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A helpful guide to understanding the law regarding defective construction or renovation including the legal definition of defect, and much more.Learn More
A lawsuit for defective workmanship will usually allege breach of contract as well as negligence and perhaps other reasons for suing. The outcome of a legal...Learn More
When poor workmanship or poor material causes defects in a construction or renovation project, generally, the property owner is legally required to provide the...Learn More
In a situation where a defect exists and is yet to cause any harm; but, where the defect is likely to cause harm in the future, a contractor may be held liable...Learn More
Who may be sued, and by whom, in a defective workmanship case needs careful review with consideration towards both legal and strategic issues. The involvement...Learn More
The legal duty of a contractor is, generally, to produce the intended and expected result rather than merely to follow designs, plans, and specifications, or...Learn More