What is South Carolina’s notice law for construction claims?

South Carolina has a law for construction defect claims called the notice and opportunity to cure or notice and opportunity to repair law and officially titled the “South Carolina Notice…

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An End to Forced Arbitration for those Suffering from Construction Defects?

In the fall of 2019, the United States House of Representatives took a key first step in relieving consumers—consumers for everything from major purchases like a home or condominium to…

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What Can I do if I have Construction Problems in My Condo or Home but My Builder Went Bankrupt or Is out of Business?

Many people think that if the builder of their condo or home went bankrupt or went out of business, there is nothing they can do to hold the builder responsible…

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Arbitration Is One Thing That Isn’t Bigger In Texas

In a decision issued at the end of November in Robinson v. Home Owners Management Enterprises, Inc.,[1] the Texas Supreme Court addressed whether the availability of class arbitration under the…

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Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Holds Breach of Contract Exclusion in E&O Policy Unenforceable

In a recent opinion in Crum & Forster Specialty Insurance Co. v. DVO, Inc.,[1] the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit considered whether a breach of contract…

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It’s Just Dirt, Right?: Significant Construction Problems Related to Soils

The common assumption seems to be that homes and condos are built on soil, all soil is the same, and there is no need to give a second thought to…

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