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What laws govern homeowners associations in South Carolina? What is the South Carolina Homeowners Association Act?

In addition to South Carolina law on horizontal property regimes and the covenants that properties can be subjected to, South Carolina law regulates homeowners associations through the South Carolina Homeowners…

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It’s Raining, It’s Pouring, Are Your Windows Leaking?

It’s summertime in South Carolina, and we’ve been getting heavy rainstorms. If you are noticing water leaking into your home around your windows, you may have a serious construction defect…

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Does Homeowner’s Insurance Cover Defective Construction?

For many homeowners experiencing problems from improper construction work, their first thought is to make a claim with their homeowner’s insurance.  Not only will their homeowner’s insurance usually not cover…

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Cracks in Concrete or Bricks – Soil Settlement Cracks Versus Shrinkage Cracks

Cracks in concrete or masonry are common signs of damage to a home from soil settlement. However, not all cracks in concrete or masonry are the result of soil settlement….

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Common Defects in New Homes

Common construction defects in new homes include: Water leaking through windows, walls or roof; Foundation cracks; Cracks in bricks, concrete and drywall; Diagonal cracks above windows and doors, and doors…

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Six Steps When Considering Contractors and Before Entering Into a Construction Contract

Construction lawyers at our firm get involved once damages start showing up from improper construction. That means we know a lot about why construction goes wrong, and unfortunately, we often…

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