Illinois Appellate Court Limits — for Now — Subsequent Purchaser’s Ability to Seek Damages from Design Professional Under Implied Warranty of Habitability
As a quick reminder, the aptly named Implied Warranty of Habitability is a warranty that is implied into every contract involving the sale of a dwelling from a builder to a buyer, that a house will be reasonably suited for its intended use when completed and transferred to the buyer. This warranty only applies to latent defects that interfere with a buyer’s legitimate expectations and that manifest themselves within a reasonable amount of time after the house is purchased. Read the article…………..
Over six years following the plaintiff HOA’s initial 2008 construction and design defect complaint, Beacon Residential v. Catellus Third and
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In December 2015, the Rhode Island Supreme Court issued an opinion holding that Rhode Island’s Uniform Condominium Act provides a