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Our condo association just had our developer transition after many unsucessful attempts to get quorum.
most everything is ok with the condo units themselves, the developer cut corners on
asphalt and concrete. Our asphalt drives are sinking and developing huge cracks
and potholes, beginning at only 2-3 years old.
In addition, concrete sidwalks
and porches are severely pitted and/or laminating where large flat pieces are
crumbling off the tops. Several have more missing concrete than remaining. One
townhouse has had its entire front porch break away from the building and slowly
sliding away, others have their sidewalks sinking. This subdivision is only 3-6
years old, but this has been ongoing for years.
The matter was addressed with
the condo developer previously and they made some insufficient patches. We had a civil
engineer look at our dilemma and as for the common drives, he estimated that the
asphalt is less than 2" (closer to 1") thick, and poured on ground that was not
Illinois has a 10 year structural construction defect law. Does this apply
to asphalt and concrete? Do we have any legal recourse to go after the builder
on these issues?
Tags: Developer Transitions, Defect Litigation
posted @ Monday, November 02, 2009 10:22 AM by Joe Schuirmann
posted @ Thursday, November 05, 2009 4:04 PM by Allison Cease - President/Founder: I-Beam Management Associates
posted @ Thursday, August 05, 2010 11:09 PM by Wendy
posted @ Thursday, August 05, 2010 11:11 PM by Wendy
posted @ Saturday, September 11, 2010 3:21 PM by email@example.com
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