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San Gabriel Valley Uniform Building Codes Lawyer

Does Your New Home Meet Uniform Building Codes?

It's the law in California. New homes must be built to the standards listed in local and state uniform building codes. If homes do not meet those standards, the builder has a responsibility to the homeowner.

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Most people who buy homes are not experts about all the details involved in construction. At the Law Offices of Edward C. Ip & Associates, we have construction building experience as well as construction law experience. We understand building codes. We represent homeowners in Los Angeles County and Orange County.

If your home has construction defects, know your rights.

You do not have to be satisfied with a home that has construction defects. It is your right to have the builder repair all the defects at no cost to you. Meeting uniform building codes is the builder's responsibility.

If you know of or suspect that your new home has construction damages, we can help you make that determination. We have an in-depth knowledge of construction, we keep up with current uniform building codes and we have a network of construction experts who can establish the existence of defects and the cost to repair and bring the home up to code.

Contact us if your new home has construction defects and does not meet uniform building codes. The first consultation will be at a reduced rate.

Law Offices of Edward C. Ip & Associates


Our law firm represents homeowners, landlords, tenants, contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers and material suppliers. Because we have an in-depth knowledge of construction law, real estate law, and property law, we know how to find the facts, ask the right questions and get results.

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We try to work out disputes through negotiation, but we will never back down from a court fight. Our Los Angeles construction lawyers and real estate lawyers gather all the facts and then advise you about what makes the most economic sense for you.