Revisiting construction-defect law, a year later (NV)

Primarily, AB 125 narrows the definition of “constructional defect” to any defect that causes physical damage to the property or presents an “unreasonable risk of injury to a person or property,” eliminates the mandatory award of attorneys’ fees as a component of statutory damages, sets the statute of repose for construction-defect claims at six years, precludes the ability of a homeowners association to bring claims relating to individual homes and heightens the specificity required in a defect notice.    Read the article…………..


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