S.C. Court Articulates Damages POA was Entitled to Recover in Construction Defect Litigation

South Carolina Appellate Court decision (August 2, 2017)

This case involved claims by a property owners association (“POA”) for defective construction of a 36 unit condominium project. Claims alleged by the POA included damages for: (i) failure to soundproof as represented in marketing materials; (ii) leaks caused by air-conditioning units, plumbing, and improperly installed windows and doors; and (iii) resulting warping floors and mold in individual units.  The POA alleged that the cost of repairs was estimated at $11,807,884 and prior to going to trial, the POA settlement with some of the parties that were sued for $7,702,552.