Construction defects can range from an improperly installed tile to more serious and costly problems, like an improperly installed exterior wall system that allows water intrusion or mold-growth. When such errors result in property damage or harm to a person, owners may pursue compensation for their losses.
Governing documents can typically be changed or otherwise amended as long as the correct procedures are followed. Homeowners’ associations may need to modify governing documents for many reasons. HOAs may consider amendments to their governing documents to get rid of obsolete provisions, those no longer enforced or observed, or those in conflict with current state or federal laws.
The provisions included in Nevada’s recently amended construction defect law grants additional protections and benefits to homeowners and HOAs in the state. After sweeping reforms to the state’s construction defect law in 2015,
Technological advancements have a profound impact on the real estate industry. In today’s digital world, people and businesses rely on cell phones, email, the internet, and other technologies to stay connected and perform a range of tasks. Just as they have made day-to-day tasks easier, such advances have revolutionized how buyers, sellers, and agents in the real estate market operate.