Shopping Cart (0) items Sign In

Construction Claims Monthly - Devoted exclusively to the problems of construction contracting since 1963

‹ Prev article: 
 

No Protection For Seller Of Self-built Home Statutes Of Limitation

Monday, May 03, 2004 01:00 pm

 
No Protection For Seller Of Self-built Home Statutes Of Limitation

An Oregon court has ruled that a homeowner's action for negligent construction, brought against the original homeowner who had built the house, was not barred by a ten-year statute of repose. There can be no date of substantial completion - as that term is used in the statute - for a self-built home, so the statutory period was never triggered.

Miles Schlesinger built a house for his own family. He filed a "notice of completion' on May 30, 1989, triggering a 75-day period for the perfection of any possible mechanic's liens. Schlesinger and his family moved into the house the following month and lived there until [...]

 
› Next article: 
 
Sign up now for Construction Claims Monthly Online! Your own virtual help desk of must-have techniques, tutorials, and how-to articles.
 
Join Now Construction Claims Monthly! Close
 
×

Dear Valued Customers,

We regret to announce that ProEdTech LLC and all its affiliate brands will cease operations on April 1, 2019.

We are no longer able to fulfill online orders. We will fullfill all DVD and book orders already placed.

Customers of canceled webinars and subscription products may request a refund at (800) 223-8720 or service@proedtech.com. You must do so by April 1, 2019.

Thank you for your business and loyalty over the years. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused.


Best regards,
The ProEdTech Team