N.H. Supreme Court hears arguments in Reps. Hall for State House bicentennial
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Architects once marveled that the State House had “stood the stress of years without collapsing entirely.” On Tuesday, that 200-year-old building housed arguments to determine how long architects are on the hook for damages related to defective property improvements under New Hampshire State Law.
The N.H. Supreme Court celebrated the building’s bicentennial this week by hearing oral arguments in Representatives Hall. The court first heard arguments there in 1824, then moved into the Senate Chamber across the hall in 1875, and eventually across the street into its own building in 1895.