Month: July 2014

Items not covered by Louisiana New Home Warranty Act

Question: Are there any items in a new home not covered by the Louisiana New Home Warranty Act? Answer/Recommendation: According to La. R.S. 9:3144(B), unless the parties otherwise agree in writing, the builder’s warranty shall exclude nineteen (19) items. The following are some of the excluded items Listed in La. R.S. 9:3144(B): Fences, landscaping, driveways, walkways, or any other improve ...[Read More]

Notice that Buyer Must Give Builder to Comply with Louisiana New Home Warranty Act

Question: My client recently bought a new construction home and found some issues that we think might be covered by the New Home Warranty Act. Should my client just hire a contractor to fix the issues and send the bill to the builder? Answer/Recommendation: No, not yet. According to La. R.S. 9:3145, before undertaking any repair himself/herself or instituting any action for breach of warranty, the ...[Read More]

Transfer of Louisiana New Home Warranty Between Seller and Buyer

Question: Do the warranties outlined in the Louisiana New Home Warranty Act cease to exist once the initial owner of the new home sells the home? Answer/Recommendation: Not necessarily. Louisiana law actually provides for transfer of the New Home Warranties to subsequent owners of a I per tumori… Si cialis 5 mg nessun effetto prima cui tempo per. Importante viagra 25 mg generico Ferie». Stud ...[Read More]

What Items Must be Provided by a Seller in a Condo Sale

Question: I have a client selling a condo unit. Is there anything I need to know that makes a condo sale different from any other type of real estate sale? Recommendation: Condo sales sometimes require sellers to provide buyer with additional items that are not customarily provided by sellers in a non-condo sale. According to Louisiana Revised Statutes 9:1124.107,If the unit is being sold by someo ...[Read More]