Indiana Construction Law Questions & Answers

Q: are electricity bill is $629.00 and our house is still freezing and the land Lord is a jerk no ceiling in the bathroom

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Construction Law, Land Use & Zoning and Real Estate Law for Indiana on
Answered on Jan 14, 2019
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer
It does not sound like your heating works. Either that or your house is uninhabitable. Landlords have a duty to provide you with a safe and habitable living space. Notify your landlord, in writing (keep a copy for yourself), via certified mail of all the issues with the house and inform your landlord that the issues need to be resolved in a timely manner. If your landlord refuses to fix the issues, it may be said that you have been constructively evicted, which can be a basis upon which a...

Q: On a construction project at what point does the owner or GC become responsible for materials installed in the building?

1 Answer | Asked in Construction Law for Indiana on
Answered on Jul 1, 2011
Terrence Rubino's answer
you shouldn't be held liable. once you install it, your responsibility continues as to any warranty re the furnace. you are not responsible for it being stolen. the general contractor is the one who has that responsibility as he has control over the site until the occupancy permit is issued.

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