Article Date: 10/31/2005


EDITOR'S NOTES | Issue 3-44


Getting the run-around is usually frustrating and rarely productive. That’s just what a contractor got when sued by a disgruntled owner under a 12-year statute of repose. The contractor tried to bring action against its subcontractors—who were responsible for the defaults—but the time limit on the statute ran out 10 years earlier. It took an appellate ... Log in to view the full text.

 



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