Construction Warranties

Warranties: They Protect You Until They Don’tMost construction contracts include express warranties. A contractor, subcontractor, or vendor may warrant its work or materials on a project for a period of time after the completion of its work or delivery of its materials. The parties to a construction contract will often negotiate the extent and length of this warranty period. But, what

Disclaiming Implied Warranties in New Home ContractsIn many states, the implied warranties of workmanship and habitability automatically attach to contracts between builder-vendors and new home buyers.  Builder-vendors are defined as “persons or entities engaged in constructing homes on real estate they own for sale to the home buying market.” These implied warranties provide a guarantee against certain structural defects not otherwise