Arbitration of §553.84 Claims Under Home Warranties (FL)

One of the most common statutory claims in construction defect litigation arises under section 553.84, Florida Statutes, for failure to comply with the Florida Building Code. Many homeowner warranties require arbitration, but how do such provisions affect 553.84 claims, subsequent purchasers, and homeowners associations?    Read the article…………..


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