University of Baltimore Law Review


The real estate market in the past decade has witnessed the increasing popularity of residential condominiums. The maze of interests involved in condominium development, sales, and ownership has prompted the General Assembly to enact stringent warranties to protect individual purchasers. This comment discusses the historical basis for these warranties and examines, from the perspective of a recent Maryland case, the complexity of litigation arising from breach of warranties in condominium construction.

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