The contract was initiated 2 years ago and we finally got settlement through litigation from the insurance company. In the mean time the representative of the roofing company is no longer employed by them...we don't know if he ever had signing rights for the company. He tried to get us to use... Read more »
answered on Mar 14, 2023
The factual scenario of this question suggests that the construction agreement in question was an "assignment of benefits" contract wherein you as the homeowner contracted with the roofing contractor and assigned insurance benefits to it. Florida law on AOB agreements was significantly... Read more »
The owner disputed and file a motion to dismiss as all invoices presented by the General Contractor was paid. The owner submitted copies of the contract and all payments made. Due to a missing defendant's name in the power of attorney letter (for property manager), the case was never heard... Read more »
answered on Mar 14, 2023
When a default judgment has been entered, in this case presumably by the judge and not simply a clerk's default, it is long past time for the property owner to obtain actual legal advice from an experienced construction litigator as to the specific facts of this matter. There may be grounds... Read more »
Canada. The buyer, Company B, is a tyre distributor from Denmark. In July 2006 they signed an agreement for the
delivery of 3000 winter tyres for heavy trucks. The contract has concluded by email.
Having received the buyer’s acceptance, the seller made a reference in its final... Read more »
answered on Dec 28, 2021
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