Builder-Vendor’s Implied Warranty of Good Workmanship and Habitability
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This article discusses the case of Humber v. Morton and whether builder-vendors of new housing impliedly warrant good workmanship and human habitability. The Texas Supreme Court held that builder-vendors do impliedly warrant good workmanship and habitability and that consumers may base a lawsuit on this theory. Further, this article analyzes the unanswered questions remaining after Humber v. Morton.