Rouselle “Bo” Sutton III and Natalie Bunnell (courtesy photo)
Everyone in Florida’s construction industry should be aware of and voice their support for Florida Senate Bill 204 and its counterpart, House Bill 377. These bills would amend Florida Statute §95.11(3)(c), the construction statute of repose, in order to close a recent loophole that has caused the statute, which was intended to be definite but is no longer.
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