New legislation could put teeth in trash pit sinkhole accountability (GA)

An 11Alive investigation showed trash pits created by contractors are causing sinkholes more than a decade later. Now, new legislation could hold those responsible accountable.  Currently, there is a loophole in Georgia law allowing builders to slip through without any responsibility. That’s because it usually takes more than a decade for the sink holes to show up – years after the state statute of limitations runs out.   Read the article……………


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