(a) In an action brought on a claim against a construction professional, the claimant shall, at least 90 days before filing the action, serve written notice of the claim on the construction professional.
(b) The notice of the claim in (a) of this section must state that the claimant asserts a claim against the construction professional for a defect in the design, construction, or remodeling of a dwelling and must describe the claim in reasonable detail sufficient to determine the general nature of the alleged defect and the results of the defect if known.
(c) At the request of the construction professional, the claimant shall provide to the construction professional any evidence that the claimant possesses that depicts the nature and cause of the defect and the nature and extent of the repairs necessary to repair the defect, including expert reports, photographs, and videotapes.
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