Right to Repair Act entitled builder to notice of defect prior to homeowner's repair efforts
Right to Repair Act did not provide exclusive remedy where homeowner sought damages for construction defects that resulted in property damage
Trial court's in camera review of billing records to support fee award denied opposing party due process
Insurer litigating additional insured's reasonable expectations of coverage was not bound by prior holding with respect to reasonable expectations of named insured
Qualified common interest privilege applied to insurance company claims representative's conversation with claimants' attorney
Statutory provision allowing additional time for deposition applies to both seven-hour and 14-hour limits on deposition time
Failure to bring case to trial within five years warranted dismissal as to all original defendants
Insurer's assignment of single legal-malpractice claim as part of sale of insurer's corporate assets to another insurer was not improper.
In rem order granting relief from automatic stay remained effective despite debtors' filing of subsequent bankruptcy petition.
Insurer had no duty to defend insured against third-party lawsuit seeking injunctive relief only.