Constructed in a workmanlike manner and free from defects in material.
Fit for habitation.
Constructed in accordance with the Ontario Building Code.
major structural defects4.
The statutory warranties remain in effect even if the home is sold.Note: Your home’s date of possession will be specified in your Certificate of Completion and Possessionand in some cases may not be the same as your Closing Date.Terms such as “workmanlike” and “free from defects in material” are not intended to mean perfection.Reasonable tolerances should be expected.
Tarion’s decisions about warranty coverage are based on industry-accepted standards, many of which are
gathered for ease of reference in the
Construction Performance Guidelines.4 Major structural defects are specifically defined in the Act.