Statute of Limitations for Construction Disputes


2020 LEGISLATIVE SESSION UPDATE, HB223 By Tyler LaMarr, Attorney, Miller Harrison LLC Construction Defects can financially cripple community associations.  The cost to repair leaky and sinking buildings is not budgeted for when the community is created, is not planned for in reserve analyses, and is not anticipated by homeowners at the time of purchase.  Purchasers legitimately expect the residences are well constructed in a manner that “can be maintained.”[1] Similarly, lawsuits over defective construction can be a major setback for community association builders and developers.  Builders and developers rely on their trade contractors for quality work. New homes are sold at [...]