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Q: Grounds for suing if a roof was not completed due to the customer?

My husband had a roof job and was past completion date due to extreme heat and multiple storms , returned to complete and customer said he was fired and wanted 4800 back for material and labor, he had all material and comepleted on his own with family. And is now trying to sue for the 4800. In the contract it stated weather permitting

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Ronald J. Eisenberg
Ronald J. Eisenberg
  • Chesterfield, MO
  • Licensed in Missouri

A: If a lawsuit has been filed, then your question of whether the homeowner had grounds for suing is not important. If I were to say that the lawsuit is baseless (which I'm not saying) that would make no difference if a default judgment gets answered.

The better question concerns what your husband is going to do to defend the lawsuit. He ought to confer with an attorney.

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