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CONTRACTOR'S WARRANTY

 

The contractor signatory below ____________________ ("Contractor") hereby guarantees ______________________ ("Owner") that the construction performed on that certain structure located at _________________________________ to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of commencement of use, substantial completion or date of notice of completion, whichever is the first to occur:

This Standard Limited Warranty applies and is limited as follows:

1. To the property only as long as it remains in the possession of the original owner named above.

2. To the construction work that has not been subject to accident, misuse or abuse.

3. To the construction work that has not been modified, altered, defaced, or had repairs made or attempted by others.

4. That contractor be immediately notified in writing within ten (10) days of first knowledge of defect by owner or his agent.

5. That contractor shall be given first opportunity to make any repairs, replacements or corrections to the defective construction at no cost to owner within a reasonable period of time.

6. Under no circumstances shall contractor be liable by virtue of this warranty or otherwise for damage to any person or property whatsoever for any special, indirect, secondary or consequential damages of any nature however arising out of the use or inability to use because of the construction defect.

 

_____________________________ _________________________    

Contractor Name State License Number

_____________________________ _________________________

Address Telephone Number

_____________________________ _________________________

 Signature Date

 

 

Warning:

These forms are provided AS IS. They may not be any good. Even if they are good in one jurisdiction, they may not work in another. And the facts of your situation may make these forms inappropriate for you. They are for informational purposes only, and you should consult an attorney before using them.

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