San Mateo Construction Law Blog

Strict Compliance with Statutory Provisions Governing Proof of Service of 20-Day Preliminary Notice is Not Required

In a new case, Hub Construction Specialties, Inc. v. Esperanza Charities, Inc. (filed February 8, 2016, Second District, Div. Eight) 2016 S.O.S. 787, the Court held that under the prior mechanic's lien code (Former Civ. Code, § 3097.1, subd. (a); Stats. 2010, ch....

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Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals defines Structural Damage as Damage to a Building’s Structural Integrity. Hegel v. First Liberty Ins. Corp., (11th Cir. Feb. 27, 2015) 2015 WL 821146

The Hegels had a homeowner's insurance policy with First Liberty for their Spring Hills, Florida residence. That policy insured against "Sinkhole Loss" as an exception to the policy's exclusion for damage caused by earth movement. Under the policy, "Sinkhole Loss...

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