Private AI – claims against approved inspectors – Practical Law: Construction Blog

Posted February 12th, 2019 in building law, defective premises, health & safety, insurance, negligence, news by tracey

‘The extent to which property owners of a defective building have a valid claim against professionals with involvement in the development is a subject that has recently seen an upsurge in interest and litigation. In the past months two TCC judgments have been published that consider the particular role and potential liabilities of approved inspectors (AIs): Zagora Management Ltd and others v Zurich Insurance plc and others and Lessees and Management Company of Herons Court v Heronslea Ltd and others.

To the disappointment of property owners, and perhaps the relief of insurers, these cases demonstrate the difficulties claimants face in succeeding against AIs.’

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Practical Law: Construction Blog, 11th February 2019