Can you sue a home builder?
Question Details: Our home builder not doing his job. We have been going beyond to make sure everything gets done right. It has taken over a year and the house is still undone. We told him that we needed a windstorm certificate. Now he is saying we have to do the work or for it when it was suppose to be done with the framing. We want out! How can we get out?
Answered 7 years ago|
New construction contract cases can be tricky, and they are very sensitive to the detailed facts of the case. You need to see a lawyer about this, and I wouldn't put it off.
There are simply too many variations, in how these contracts can be written, to give you much information; typically, it can be very difficult to establish the buyer's right to cancel the contract before the home is represented to be complete.
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