5 Things You Should Know About Florida's Construction Defect Statute

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Chapter 558 of the Florida Statues, otherwise known as “Florida’s Construction Defect Statute” requires an owner to send a written notice to contractors, subcontractors, developers, suppliers and design professionals which identifies any construction or design defects associated with a construction project. Florida’s Construction Defect Statute is a complex web of notices, cross-notices, deadlines and inspections which can be confusing to the construction industry and the lawyers who represent construction clients. Below are the top five things you should know about Florida’s Construction Defect Statute.

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