If the property is located within a common-interest community and is the subject of a defect claim or lawsuit,this information must be disclosed in the buyer’s resale package (see Common-Interest Communities).Read More
FAQ Category: Construction Defects
When is the Construction Defects Disclosure due?
Construction defects must be disclosed to the buyer before purchase of the residence. If the property is or has been the subject of a defect claim or lawsuit, the information must be disclosed 30 days before close of escrow, or if escrow is less than 30 days, then immediately upon […]Read More
Who must provide the Construction Defects Disclosure?
If there is a construction defect, the contractor must disclose the information in understandable language that is underlined and in bold-faced type with capital letters. If the property is or has been the subject of a construction defect claim or lawsuit, the seller must provide the following information to the […]Read More
What is the purpose of the Construction Defects disclosure?
The purpose of disclosures relating to construction defects is to make the buyer aware of any construction defects in the property.Read More