Texas Construction Law Updates


Failure to investigate contractor’s performance may prevent an owner from later recovering damages for latent defects

Ian Fullington - Tuesday, October 17, 2017

A construction project’s owner sued the general contractor for breach of contract after the four-year limitations period expired. The owner claimed that it had discovered issues with the contractor’s work, including improperly installed interior doors at exterior locations and the use of incorrect flooring materials. The owner argued that the “discovery rule” tolled the limitations period and allowed it to bring the claims as “latent defects. ... read more


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