Construction Defect Action Reform Act: HB 1166 (2001)
Prohibits damages arising from improvements to residential property provided construction
Prohibits damages arising from improvements to residential property provided construction complies with the applicable building code or industry standards. A claim for relief must be brought within ninety days of discovering physical manifestations of a defect in the improvement which ultimately causes injury.
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