The problem with addressing latent defect
costs using this approach is timing--the testing occurs much too late in the SDLC to reduce latent defect
With defective drywall claims, the insurance carriers have uniformly denied paying claims as a latent defect
We wouldn't know about the latent defects
until we analyse the ghost building.
In finding the defendant vendors liable, the Court ruled that because the vendors knew of the potentially dangerous latent defect
, they had a duty to disclose the contamination in the area prior to entering into the sale agreement.
The ASBCA reviewed the expert testimony and found that defects related to improper surface preparation prior to painting were latent defects
We here consider alleged latent defects
, capable of causing serious injury or major property damage, that may only be found years or decades after the developer caused them, yet require repair to avoid later injury or major property loss.
This would usually be where a latent defect
is discovered that was not readily apparent on inspection.
Through techniques such as design-for-testability, environmental qualification, integrated test planning, and latent defect
screening, we can maintain the exceptional quality needed to delight today's customers.
Any Occurrence Of Skips Or Duplicates In The Delivered Product May Be Considered An Event Of Default And Handled As Provided In The Latent Defect
Section Of These Specifications.
Applying too much heat causes component failure or causes flux to evaporate from the solder paste, making the assembly more prone to brittle joints that can create a latent defect
in the field.
And in Andreoli v John Henry Homes, Inc, (52) the second district did just that, allowing a case to proceed where the original owner of a once new residence discovered an alleged latent defect
within 10 years of purchase, but sued beyond 10 years from purchase.
13) The bricks clearly contained a latent defect
which caused water intrusion, but the First District Court of Appeal found that because the subcontractor was required by the specifications to furnish a certain distinctive type of brick, produced by a single manufacturer, it was held harmless from its promise to furnish materials "of good quality.