Move into a new property we have purchased should be a unique feeling. If you move into a house that we bought and usually gives a feeling of joy, do we opened in us, it should be more. However, sometimes you may find unpleasant surprises.
If it happens in Barceló Real Estate want through this post know who to ask for responsibilities. If there are deficiencies in housing construction in Spain, under current law those responsible are
Since it is who decides, promotes, plans and finances with their own or other resources work for themselves or for subsequent sale, delivery or transfer to third parties.
This is the professional who performs the housing project and certify that the execution of construction conforms to the project.
It is who executes the work with human means and own or other materials. Responds directly to the material damage caused to the building by faults or defects caused by incompetence, lack of professional or technical capacity, negligence or breach of the obligations attributed to the chief of work and other natural or legal persons covered by their insurance. Also in case of subcontracts.
The technical architect or rigger who directs the development of the work in technical, aesthetic, urban and environmental aspects.
1. Ten years, due to deficiencies in the building structure.
2. Three years for deficiencies that affect constructive elements or installations involving breach of the requirements of habitability of housing.
3. One year required only to constructor completion and finishing defects.
To ensure that agents can cope with the responsibility if any they may require, the law requires the establishment of safe:
Two years from the damage.
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