The Transition Engineering Report: Triggering The Statute of Limitations in Condominium Construction Defect Cases

Earlier this year, the New Jersey Appellate Division reversed a Bergen County trial court decision, which had dismissed a construction defect case filed by a condominium association more than six years after the condominium complex was substantially completed, but less than six years after the association received the transition engineering report identifying construction defects.   Read the article………..


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