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Home / News and Insights / Press / What action can be taken if there are issues with a flat bought from a developer a few years ago?

A reader of the Sunday Times recently noticed that the cupboards above their hob have started to melt as they had been placed above the hob at a distance of 500mm, even though the clearance space should be 750mm. With the disappearance of their builder, the reader asks what can be done in this circumstance.

Phil Smith, partner in BDB Pitmans’ litigation team, discusses the possibility of the reader being covered by the NHBC and the considerations of a county-court claim against the builder.

The full article is available to subscribers of the Sunday Times, here.

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