Home and Building Inspections
When a faulty inspection is conducted, our attorneys can
provide a thorough analysis of your situation and provide advice concerning all
of your legal options
More about Warner Angle's Real Estate Services
ADA "Serial Litigation" Threatens Commercial Property Owners, Tenants
by Jim Valletta
Purchasing or constructing a home or other building can be
one of the largest investments you make. But, the process is fraught with
perils, from the seller failing to disclose defects or other problem conditions,
to an improper building inspection that fails to identify serious problems, to
inadequate contract documents that do not adequately protect your interests.
As part of your due diligence in deciding whether to
purchase a property, or determining how much money to offer, it is important to
know the condition of the property, whether any serious defects or deficiencies
exist, and to have proper documentation. Our Arizona construction law attorneys
can help you with every step of the process.
Sellers may fail to fully disclose known defects or
problems, for which they may be liable. Errors or omissions in performing a
private building inspection can provide you with inaccurate information and
result in you overpaying or purchasing a property that has serious, and
potentially costly, problems.
How We Can Help
At Warner Angle Hallam Jackson & Formanek, PLC, we can help
you minimize your risks when you are contemplating a purchase.
If you've already made a purchase, and if undisclosed or
unreported problems are subsequently discovered, our attorneys can assist you in
determining whether the seller and/or inspector fell below the required
standards in reporting on the conditions and, if so, we can represent you in
seeking financial compensation or other remedies.
Our construction attorneys can also assist you if your
building suffers from construction defects. •