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New Mexico Homebuilders Group Supports Mandatory New-Home Warranty

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MEXICO CITY – Raising the concerns over warranty of new homes in New Mexico, homebuilders demands the inclusion of 2-10 homebuyers warranties. The motive of this move is to give a guarantee for homeowners on various grounds on new homes. Currently, there is no guarantee for new homes in the state of New Mexico, and if the legislation proposed by the New Mexico Home Builders Association get approved by the governor of the state.

Currently, home builders and constructors face legal actions if there is any defect discovered in the new homes. After the passing of this legislation, the matter will only be left between customers and builders instead of involving courts in such matters. The Home Warranty Act is presented in House Bill 632 and it is sponsored by Rep. Patricio Ruiloba, D-Albuquerque. It was introduced on Feb. 14 and sent to the House Commerce & Economic Development Committee.

The proposed bill contains warranty in three components and would be known as “2-10 warranty.” And once it is approved, this would come under the jurisdiction of the New Mexico Superintendent of Insurance. The third party home construction warranty companies would provide the warranties and it would be paid for by builders without charging any additional cost to homeowners. New Jersey Home Warranty is one example among the 10 states which has already enacted this law.

Gary W. Moselle, a California attorney specializing in the state-specific construction contacts said that this would be a unique act to be implemented among the 50 states. This would not charge any additional amount to homeowners. Also, it would be possible to address construction deficiencies more appropriately. After this act, builders will get the right to inspect the shortcomings and defects in the construction work.

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Russian Lawmakers Plan to Restrict the Email Access Using Telephone Verification

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Russian lawmakers have proposed to make it mandatory for internet users to verify their identity with phone numbers before gaining access to email. The State Duma has already made such a rule that put the same restrictions on the use of all instant messengers. The team of lawmakers led by senators Andrey Klishah and Alexander Bashkin, have also proposed to make it mandatory for email services to block messages containing any information that is banned in Russia. This action needs to take place within 24 hours from the time the state authorities notify of the issue.

The draft law’s explanatory note claims, “The adoption of this legislation will significantly reduce the number of false terrorist messages distributed through email services, create the legal conditions for bringing criminals to justice, and reduce the economic damage from such communications.”

The new email verification law will stop cyber crimes in the country and will provide hassle-free Internet service to Russians. Russia’s RuNet isolation law was also passed earlier this year. Senates Klisha and Bashkin were the co-authors of this law. The legislation is now allowing Russia’s federal authorities to command and take control over Russia’s Internet exchange points with the outside world. Russia can not create an infrastructure with the help of this theoretical law to make the country’s internet operate in isolation from the rest of the world. Russia government’s official censor, Roskomnadzor is authorized for running sustainable and safe internet services in the country.

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