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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Deals Blow to Homeowners

Filed under: Stucco Home Litigation by Contributor @ August 18, 2014

In Conway v. Cutler Group, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that a home builder’s implied warranty of habitability does not apply to a subsequent purchaser of the home. Essentially, this means that the subsequent purchaser of a home cannot sue the original builder of the home for any latent defects which the original builder was responsible for. In Conway, […]

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Bucks County Court awards $21,232.13 in delay damages against Cutler

Filed under: Stucco Home Litigation by Steven F. Fairlie @ June 23, 2013

We recently won an award of $150,000.00 against The Cutler Group, Inc. d/b/a The David Cutler Group from a Bucks County Jury for defective stucco construction under the theory that the manner of construction breached Pennsylvania’s Implied Warranty of Habitability, which is implied in every new home sale in Pennsylvania. In another case, which is […]

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Bucks Jury Awards $151,325.00 against The Cutler Group, Inc. for defective stucco and other defects

Filed under: Stucco Home Litigation by Steven F. Fairlie @ April 17, 2013

Today a Bucks County jury awarded homeowners $151,325.00 against The Cutler Group, Inc. d/b/a The David Cutler Group for the defective construction of their stucco home in Jamison, Pennsylvania. The homeowners alleged that their home was so poorly built that it violated the implied warranty of habitability, due to defective and missing flashing details and […]

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Pennsylvania Superior Court Rules Second Purchasers Can Sue The David Cutler Group for Defective Stucco Home in Case of First Impression

Filed under: Stucco Home Litigation by Steven F. Fairlie @ November 7, 2012

Fairlie & Lippy, P.C. won a major victory against The Cutler Group, Inc. d/b/a The David Cutler Group, Inc. (“Cutler”) in the Pennsylvania Superior Court. Cutler built a stucco home that leaked, among other problems. Pennsylvania law is clear that the builder of a new home extends an implied warranty of habitability to the initial […]

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