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The purchase of an immoveable property is an important decision. For most, it is a major investment for the future.
Yet, despite the various precautions that one may take before signing a deed of sale, unforeseen problems may yet appear after purchase, problems which will bring about the necessity to undertake significant repairs. These problems (land contamination, water infiltration, faulty structure, molds, incomplete work, defective work, etc.), whether hidden or not, may threaten the use, peaceful enjoyment, and value of the property.
In order to initiate the necessary repair work and the appropriate legal recourses in due time (annulment of sale, price reduction, damages, etc.), it is essential to comply with certain delays and procedures to protect one’s rights.