Construction Defect Plaintiffs: Be Aware of the Statute of Repose
Gene Markin, member of Stark & Stark’s Construction Litigation Group, authored the article, Construction Defect Plaintiffs: Be Aware of the Statute of Repose, for the March 19, 2012 edition of the New Jersey Law Journal.
The article discusses the fact that in New Jersey, litigations need to be aware of the “statue of repose” in addition to the statue of limitations. Mr. Markin states that statute of repose issues will most commonly arise in the area of construction defect litigation, when a lawsuit is filed more than 10 years after the construction of a building.
You can read the full article online here. (PDF)