What is the Right to Cure Act? The Right to Cure Act is a product of the South Carolina Legislature, which decided that some construction lawsuits might be avoided if the homeowner was first required to give the contractor notice of the alleged defect and to give that contractor the right to fix, or “cure” the problem.
What is the SC Code 40 59 840?
Code § 40-59-840 and provides the procedure in which a claim should be made: In an action brought against a contractor or subcontractor arising out of the construction of a dwelling, the claimant must, no later than ninety days before filing the action, serve a written notice of claim on the contractor.
What is SC Code 40 59 220?
SECTION 40-59-220. Licenses and certificates of registration; application; qualifications; bonds; examinations; reciprocity. (A) All residential builders must be licensed, and all residential specialty contractors must be registered, by the commission for a period established by the commission in regulation.
What is the earliest time residential construction can start?
Monday through Friday 7:00 A.M. - 9:00 P.M. Saturday or National Holidays 8:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. To report a non-allowable working hour's noise complaint, contact The LAPD at 311 or click here.
What is the contractor's obligation?
The contractor's delivery obligation means that if he builds according to the client's design he must carry out the construction work as indicated in the specifications and the drawings and possibly according to the instructions of the management.
What is the noise ordinance in Charleston SC?
Any excessive, unnecessary, or unreasonable sound that is plainly audible as set forth in §§ 3-41 and 3-42 of this Code which endangers or injures the safety or health of humans or animals, or annoys or disturbs a reasonable person of normal sensibilities is prohibited.