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Navigating construction defect claims under NRS Chapter 40 in Nevada demands a strategic approach. A construction defect attorney plays a pivotal role in assisting homeowners, homeowner associations (HOAs), and other affected parties through the pre-litigation process outlined in NRS Chapter 40.
When embarking on a construction project, whether it’s a home renovation, a commercial build, or any construction work in Nevada, choosing the right contractor is paramount to the project’s success. Hiring a reliable licensed and insured contractor can make the difference between a smooth, well-executed project and a costly, stressful nightmare.
At this time, it’s legal for a person to grow no more than six marijuana plants in Nevada, as long as you live 25 miles away from the closest dispensary and hold a valid license. However, growing any more than 12 plants in a single household will constitute a felony that could result in a state prison sentence.
Civil litigation entails one party seeking either compensation or the cessation or instigation of an action without any involvement of criminal charges. Knowing more about the differences between civil and criminal litigation will give you a better idea of what types of cases qualify as either.
Construction defects range from improperly installed plumbing and tile to improperly installed windows and exterior walls. The range of defects is broad, and each defect has its own severity in repercussions. When construction defects result in property damage or harm to a person, compensation may be available to those who are affected.
When hiring a contractor to undertake a project, whether it’s a home renovation, construction job, or any other endeavor, you expect them to complete the work as agreed upon. Unfortunately, not all contractors fulfill their obligations, leaving homeowners and clients with unfinished projects and mounting frustration.
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