I need to know what the law says about consumer protection for my home. The home burned down last year (2010) and has been rebuilt from the foundation up. We got the certificate allowing us to move back in on March 23rd of this year. I know the law used to say that there is a 1 year warranty on new construction (I looked it up myself). Does this law still exist, and does it apply to the newly rebuilt home? Also, if it's still on the books, where can I find an electronic copy of it, please? Thank You. I haven't had a problem with the building contractor yet but we just sent him the final payment for the construction and now something has broken down, so I'm just preparing myself in case he balks at getting the problem fixed.
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