California Appellate Courts Continue to Limit Alternative Dispute Resolution for Developers

Within the past month, two cases decided by the California Appellate Court have ruled against arbitration and judicial reference provisions in home builder sales documents. The two cases were decided based on different legal reasoning, but each potentially have the end effect of limiting the ability of builders to require homeowners' associations and home buyers to waive their rights to a trial by jury in construction defect claims.

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