Nebraska Supreme Court Overturns Ruling Finding Suit Against Builder Timely

(October 26, 2015, 9:14 AM EDT) -- LINCOLN, Neb. — The Nebraska Supreme Court on Oct. 23 reversed an appellate court’s ruling finding that a man’s lawsuit against the builder of his home was timely because the statute of limitations began to run four years after the expiration of a one-year limited warranty a home builder provided to the plaintiff, holding that the limitations period was triggered on the date the home was substantially completed (James A. Adams v. Manchester Park LLC, et al., No. S-13-429, Neb. Sup.; 2015 Neb. LEXIS 174)....

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