April 6 - April 12, 2015

Florida wants to again tighten the statute of limitations for suing over construction defects, even for public works construction. How long should builders, developers and contractors be on the hook for their work?


Answers Votes
As long as the owner can prove the defect existed. 31%
5 years 27%
10 years 21%
15 years 15%
Only until they hand over the keys. 6%


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Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; Commercial Construction; Concrete defects; Construction; Contractors; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Infrastructure; Latin America; Laws and litigation; North America; Paint defects; Program/Project Management; Residential Construction; SPF defect

Comment from Douglas Steitz, (4/7/2015, 10:05 AM)

I would have liked to have seen an answer of " per the contract documents" !


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