Litigating Construction Defects in Community Association Property: Part II

This article is Part II of a four part series. Part I was meant to inform the Board of a Condominium or Homeowners Association of some basic steps that should be taken when significant latent construction defects are discovered. This article will discuss the retention of the lead expert witness and providing the statutorily required notice of defect claim. Part I stressed that an attorney should be retained shortly after latent construction defects are discovered and that only emergency repairs should be made without first consulting an experienced attorney.   Read the article…………..


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