SB 800: Down but Not Out! (CA)

Until recently SB 800 was down for the count. Many in the building industry thought the law was going to be killed by the Liberty Mutual decision two years ago.  It was there that the California Court of Appeal (in Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. v. Brookfield Crystal Cove, LLC) determined that California’s Right to Repair Law was optional for plaintiffs in construction defects.     Read the article………


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