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 buyer:

  • copies of all notices given to contractor
  • expert opinions obtained by claimant
  • terms of settlement or order of judgment
  • detailed report of all repairs
Categories: Residential Disclosure Guide, Construction Defects