The 10-year statute of repose provides a strong defense to certain construction professionals for latent defects that are not discovered until well after the completion of construction. Are you one of the select group of construction professionals who receives the protection of the statute of repose? CONTINUE READING...
A Decade Later – Which Defendants Receive the Protection of Florida’s 10-Year Statute of Repose for Improvements to Real Property?
AUTHOR: Jeffrey Elkins
POSTED: October 11, 2017
TAGS: architect, construction, contractor, engineer, improvement, improvement to real property, latent defects, statute of limitations, statute of repose
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- Prevailing Party
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- Statute of repose
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