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11 Apr 2019
The Defective Premises Act 1972 (the Act) imposes wide-ranging liability on landlords and builders for poorly built and maintained buildings.
The Act enables someone who has not had 'reasonable financial provision' made for them in a will to make a claim against the estate.
When a new home is built, a buyer can expect the developer to provide a new build warranty.