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Loss Rule Defining “Other Property” in Construction Claims By Nicole B. Slaughter

Construction law practitioners familiar with North Carolina’s economic loss rule understand the challenges of applying this rule in construction defect cases. Marking the boundaries between contract and tort claims, the economic loss rule prohibits tort recovery for purely economic damages caused by improper performance of a contract. Personal injuries and damage to other property are not excluded by the rule and are still recoverable in tort.

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