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HOA Defect & Construction Law Resources

DCS is committed to keeping consumers, homeowner boards and community association managers aware of recent developments in construction defect law, community association law, and other items of interest. This Resources section contains:

The Dateline is our series of articles and other information which is specifically oriented towards homeowner boards or community managers. [Learn More]

Case Studies
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Legal Links
Our Legal Links section provides links to legal information and associations, community associations and management resources, and other related legal sites. [Learn More]

What Our Clients Say
"Clearly had the Association's best interests at heart"
With our litigation against Wilma Pacific now essentially concluded, I'd like to extend my thanks on behalf of the Camelot Homeowners Association to you and your firm for all of your hard work in driving it to a very successful conclusion. Christopher Coglianese and Jeff Miller deserve much of the thanks for their diligent pursuit of this case and their professional handling of the many issues that arose during the process. I enjoyed working with each of you as I think you clearly had the Association's best interests at heart

- Don Stevenson – President, Camelot HOA

Construction Defects
Might Be Anywhere...

Staining in the interior drywall and the corners of the window sills

Staining on the carpet tack strip (pull back the carpet) at sliding glass doors

Look at the frequency and size of cracking in the drywall and stucco - are the cracks wide enough to place a dime in and longer than a foot?

Do you have standing water after it rains and does that water drain toward the house?