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Poor design and a failure to appropriately protect a home from Florida's heavy rains, storms, and hurricanes are frequently the causes of damage in Parkland, Florida. Furthermore, poor construction can lead to mold and mildew, which can result in significant and costly damage as well as a decrease in the value of your property. This could lead to filing complaints and claims.
The Florida Construction Defect Statute obligates a property owner or a condominium/association homeowner to issue a written notice of claim to contractors, design professionals, and developers to resolve claimed defects before resorting to further legal action.
When a building or a section of a building that should have been constructed in a reasonably skillful manner fails and causes damage to the structure, this is referred to as a Florida construction defect.
The statute defines construction defects as flaws in design, materials, construction, construction observation, surveying, planning, repair, alteration, supervision, remodeling, and code breaches.
The FCDS applies to any claim for construction defects stemming from improvements made after October 1, 2009.
The law applies to all residential and commercial construction projects, including:
Condominium apartments and common area defects
Homes that are prefabricated or modular
Fixtures and remodeling
The claimant homeowners must serve a written notice of claim on the allegedly responsible party for the building faults. Each alleged construction defect must be described in sufficient detail in the notice of claim. The recipient should be able to determine the general nature of each suspected defect based on the description.
The person who receives the notice of claim has reasonable access to the property to inspect it and identify the source and type of each alleged construction flaw. This inspection must be completed within 30 days of the claim notification being sent.
Under Florida Statute 558, there are several options for serving a notice of claim:
Construction defect claims must adhere to the Notice of Claim and Chapter 588 standards to the letter. That is why you should discuss your concerns and the notification and repair process with an experienced Florida construction defect attorney at the Law Office of John Goshgarian. We are committed to ensuring that the people we represent receive justice.
Jp Goshlaw is now serving Parkland, Florida Citizens you can contact our office today at +1 954 843-9503 or visit our website www.jpgoshlaw.com for more information. You may also schedule an appointment to visit our office address at 6808 Griffin Road, Suite 1 Parkland, FL, 33314. We are open from Mondays to Fridays from 9 AM to 6 PM.