Warranty Reform Legislation for Condominiums – Unfair Practices used by Developers and Builders to avoid Warranty Responsibility for Construction Defects in Newly Constructed Condominiums

Condominium Warranty Reform Legislation Maryland needed to adress Unfair Practices used by Developers and Builders to avoid Warranty Responsibility for Construction Defects in Newly Constructed Condominiums

Below is an Article concerning needed warranty reform legislation for condominiums. The legislation addresses unfair practices used by developers and builders to avoid their warranty responsibility for concealed construction defects in newly constructed condominiums they sell to the public. Recent efforts to get this legislation passed by the Maryland General Assembly have been unsuccessful, in part, due to a lack of vocal public involvement and attention to the issue.

This article explains how condominium owners and other members of the public can get involved in the effort to pass this important legislation that protects members of the public who purchase new condominiums with latent building code violations and other construction defects. Continue reading