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A type of liability for defects in completed construction work placed on the contractor by law, as exemplified by the decennial liability created by Article 1792 of the Code Civil in France. It takes its name after the ten years after completion during which a contractor in France remains liable for defects in civil works. For each type of work performed, the Code Civil creates different levels and durations of liabilities.

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