Litigating Construction Defects in Community Association Property: Part IV

Once all of the necessary parties have been added to the proceeding and some basic discovery has been conducted, the Board will need to prepare for significant settlement discussions.  Up to this point, the Board likely knows there are significant defects but likely doesn’t have a real concrete understanding of what is causing the problem or have an accurate estimate of damages.  Read the article…………….


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