A case over a sulphuric acid leak has burned a hole into Georgia law around a wide range of warranties for property owners, a lawyer for the losing side of a recent state Court of Appeals decision claims.
The winning parties’ attorneys dismiss these fears, while two construction litigators not involved in the case suggested specific contracts can get around any warranty problem in the decision.
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