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Unlike purchasing a second-hand home, most newly built homes come with warranty and insurance protection which usually lasts for ten years. There are a number of different warranty providers.
Home Repair Contractor License. The home repair contractor license issued by DOBI is required for a New Jersey home repair contractor who executes financed home repair contracts on the goods or services provided to New Jersey consumers for home repair work.
Most construction contracts provide for a defects liability period, which may run from 12 to 24 months after completion. Typically the contractor will be responsible for any defects which arise during this period. The contract will provide details of what will happen if any defects do arise.
Permits and Paperwork Permits must be completed and approved before construction may begin. Contractors will be required to submit plans for the design along with the required forms. The cost for a permit will vary, based on what is included in the new construction.
A form deed that transfers fee title and legal interests in real property from the grantor to the grantee. In New Jersey, a general warranty deed provides that a grantor must forever warrant and defend the property to the grantee against any claims of any person.

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The law and regulations provide limited ten-year warranty coverage against defects of materials, workmanship, and systems in a new home. The law requires a builder to warrant each new home and to provide warranty follow up services: the builder is the warrantor of the home.
The New Home Warranty and Builders Registration Act (NJSA 46:3B-1et seq) was enacted in 1977. It requires that new homebuilders register with the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) and warrant all new homes sold to or built for their customers.
In California, contractors are required to provide warranties on work done for home and business owners for between one and 10 years. The warranties California law provides are a minimum, and longer warranties can be agreed to between the parties.
New Jersey recognizes multiple kinds of deeds: bargain and sale, quit claim, sheriffs deed, deed in lieu of foreclosure, special warranty, and general warranty deeds. The New Jersey Recording Act requires that deeds must be recorded to be fully enforceable against future claims.
Under New Jersey law, all new home builders must be registered with the Dept. of Community Affairs. A builder cannot obtain a Permit to build a new home without first being registered.

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