Association Must Sue Individuals of Dissolved Company for Construction Defects

May 24, 2009
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Facts: A Washington condominium association sued the limited liability company that developed the condominium for construction defects. However, after the building was completed, the company ceased active operations and did not pay license fees or file reports as required by law. Eventually, the secretary of state administratively dissolved the company.

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