Contractor's Faulty Work Triggers Consumer Protection Law

September 16, 2013
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Facts: An association sued a general contractor because of drainage issues that became apparent in the community after construction had been completed. The drainage plan developed and installed by the contractor during construction but before the association had taken ownership of the property was inadequate, which caused standing water to collect in the common areas between the units. The members of the association brought the drainage and resulting flooding problems to the attention of the contractor.

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