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DISTINGUISHING WARRANTY EXPIRATION FROM STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS' EXPIRATION FOR FLORIDA CONDOMINIUM AND HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION CONSTRUCTION DEFECT CLAIMS
By Alan E. Tannenbaum
A warranty period in the context of condominium and homeowner association construction warranties is the finite period of time that the quality of a particular building component is guaranteed by a developer, general contractor, etc. A statute of limitations in the context of a warranty claim is the period of time during which a claim on the warranty must be filed in court to preserve the warranty claim. These time periods are often confused. Hopefully, this post will hel read more
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