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faulty workmanship: Agents: Many Washington State Builders Miss Out On New Protections From Construction Defect Claims - 07/09/07 12:11 PM
Many Washington State builders, particularly in the single-family home market, are failing to take advantage of recent changes to Washington law regarding construction defect claims. Specifically, these builders are failing to include in their purchase and sale agreements a notice to homebuyers that may prevent that homebuyer from commencing a construction defect lawsuit until after the homebuyer has complied with several statutory notice requirements that aim to provide the builder with an opportunity to cure the alleged defects. RCW 64.50, the Construction Defect Claims Act, became effective in 2002 at the instance of the construction industry. The law aims (4 comments)
faulty workmanship: Liability for Breach of Contract for Failure to Procure Insurance - 01/30/07 02:02 PM
A Division 1 Court of Appeals opinion released last week has determined that a county that promises to procure insurance for its contractor may be liable to the contractor for breach of contract if the county fails to procure that insurance. However, the contractor must demonstrate that the insurance procured would have covered the damage claimed. The issue in Frank Coluccio Construction Company, Inc. v. King County, 2007 WL 137633 (Wn. App. 2007) arose when King County hired Frank Coluccio Construction Company (Coluccio) as a general contractor for a public works project involving construction of a small utility tunnel under the (0 comments)
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