Construction Warranty Laws in North Carolina

You may have several potential legal remedies if your home has a construction defect in North Carolina. Homebuilders must comply with certain implied warranties under state law, as well as with the express terms of your construction agreement. Implied Warranties North Carolina and many other states imply certain warranties for work done by contractors. These warranties are basically promises that are imposed without the contractor having to expressly make them or put them in your contract. If there is a defect in your home, you may have a claim for breach of any of the following warranties: Implied warranty of habitability Implied warranty of workmanlike construction Implied warranty of suitably of plans and specifications You may have difficulty determining whether these warranties have been breached because they use fairly broad terms. How can you tell if something was done in a “workmanlike” way? If possible, ask your contractor if they will try to correct the…

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