Q: Is the contract for work on my house voidable? If so, what do I need to do to void this contract?
I signed a contract for work to be done on my house after some water damage was incurred. They came to my house on 10/30 to look at what needed to be done and provided me with an estimate on 11/2. However, I now know that their contractor’s license expired on 10/31.
A: if they performed work that benefited you, you still owe the money for the work completed, regardless of their contractor license status. if they have not performed any work, then it may be possible to cancel the contract but you would have to spend money on a lawyer to review the contract and the facts and give you a more definitive answer.
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