Daily Business Review: Anatomy of a Construction Defect: Law Defines Defects, But Does It Help Settle Them?

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In an article published on Aug. 2, 2016 by the Daily Business Review, Douglas K. Gartenlaub provides insight on the rebound of the construction industry and what this means for construction defect litigation. He explains how the Florida legislature has defined a construction defect and what this means in regards to violating it or failing to uphold these regulations. Gartenlaub emphasizes how the statute is meant as a stopping point in litigation if both parties do not attempt to reach a resolution.

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