Can I sue my builder for selling me a house with uranium in the water?
That is so hard to prove that your builder sold you a house with a running water with uranium in it. Usually the builders are not responsible in attaching themselves regarding sanitary or plumbing section of the house they are building, you should consult the engineer's who are responsible in building your house.
In order to settle the dispute, you have to ask the building engineer's in your county if they detect uranium in your house. Uranium? wow! somebody is building a bomb near your house? Or some factory that is connected with the housing water distribution near you. And if they do then that is to determined the responsibility of the builder since most of these housing has different contractors.
The builder did not supply the water. He just erected the structure. The government supplied the water. No.
Only if the builder is responsible for the uranium being there or knowing about it and not telling.
Did they know about it before they sold it to you?
No. Be glad it's not Uranus in the water.
Uranium in the water, you will get rich selling it.
Only if you can prove that the builder had reason to know of the uranium. But, if you have uranium in your water, you need to call the EPA and CDC RIGHT THIS MINUTE. Your entire community is at risk for unbelieveable health problems.
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