This article discusses the increase in Chinese drywall used in the U.S. residential housing market since 2004. Hundreds of homeowners now claim that defects in the Chinese drywall have caused all manner of alleged damages, from ill health to foul smells, and in many cases severe corrosion of metals in the affected homes. Organizations, both governmental and private, have been investigating the cause and extent of these damages, and the resulting legal morass leaves many unanswered questions regarding who is ultimately responsible for repairing the damage.

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