A New Focus on Water: New Mexico’s Water Efficiency Rating Score (WERS)

This is a press release from Mike Collignon, Executive Director and Co-Founder, Green Builder Coalition. As Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Green Builder® Coalition, Mike engages in national and state-level advocacy, co-produces quarterly research reports, and publishes both a bi-monthly e-newsletter and a monthly feature in Green Builder® Magazine. The Green Builder® Coalition, in … Continue reading A New Focus on Water: New Mexico’s Water Efficiency Rating Score (WERS)

It’s Puzzling: Explaining a Statute of Repose for Construction Defects

What is a statute of repose? A statute of repose provides a date upon which the legal action no longer exists . . . and here is the kicker . . . whether it has accrued by that date or not. In other words, for a construction defect case, there may be an applicable statute of limitations that says the property damage claim is barred if not brought within three years of discovery of the injury.

Couple bought vacation home in North Venice with tainted wallboard despite request for inspection, they say | HeraldTribune.com

Link: Couple bought vacation home in North Venice with tainted wallboard despite request for inspection, they say | HeraldTribune.com IT MAY BE A HOME BUYER?S worst nightmare: to unknowingly purchase a house that turns out to have contaminated Chinese drywall. But in a new lawsuit filed in Sarasota County Circuit Court, a New Mexico couple … Continue reading Couple bought vacation home in North Venice with tainted wallboard despite request for inspection, they say | HeraldTribune.com