EQC has repaired thousands of houses inadequately. Any money spent by EQC on these repairs is wasted and ought not count when assessing whether EQC has paid “cap” under the EQC Act. In some cases the repairs by EQC were so bad that they have increased the amount that it costs to fix the house. EQC is liable for that amount also. So when dealing with EQC about failed repairs it is essential to establish what has been done and what needs to be done to properly remediate the house. We suggest involving your insurer in the process as you do not want to be short paid by EQC.
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