Indiana's New Home Warranty Law
Consumers purchasing new homes in Indiana are protected by an implied warranty. As a purchaser, you can expect that different portions of your new home will last for reasonable amounts of time (e.g. roof, structural components, mechanical, etc.).
The builder is considered responsible for various portions of the home for specific periods. The builder may, at his or her own option, provide an insured warranty to the consumer and disclaim the implied warranty provided that certain conditions are met.
The following sections of Indiana's New Home Warranty Law can help you understand what legal rights and responsibilities you have as a purchaser, and what rights and responsibilities your builder has.
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