Q: How to get refund from a bad contractor Job
So we had three units of AC installed in our two-story condo by financing the cost through lender.
From very beginning we have had issue with the unit, which including leaking refrigerant inside every single unit, wrong wiring, etc. We have called the company and every time either nothing get fixed or partially fixed. Now when we turn on the unit water start pouring out of the unit on the floor.
I am sick and tired of these guys and looking to have them come uninstall the whole unit and pay my money back (pay off with creditor and pay back whatever we've paid) because I can not trust the unit after all the water and refrigerant leak (and possible damage inside).
A: Sorry about problems. Send contractor and lender a notice of rescission, the undoing of the contract, demand they remove units and refund all your money. Now, the real problem is that if you read your loan documents, the financing is probably not dependent on the job being done properly and you cannot use any defenses against the contractor against the lender, and you will be stuck with the loan for the term of the loan. You need to contact a local attorney specializing in Commercial Disputes, or Landlord Tenant or Business disputes, or contract disputes right away before this goes on for too long.
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