This a brand new community. It's labeled as a recreational facilities agreement. It states: "The developer shall contract the following for the Largo Town Centre: ..." However, the community name is Largo Creseant. I find it odd that they would build a gym, gazebos, and tennis courts away from the... Read more »
Scaffolding company put their scaffolding on a small decorative wall and cracked it. The house is 90 years old, the wall was standing strong. But when cracked it is apparent the wood inside is gone. But it really did not matter as the stucco was thick and intact. The scaffold company claims they... Read more »
The contractor I work for was doing a job for a company called CFS Complete Facility Solutions. We did construction work for them at a Taco Bell. We completed the job and during that process. A corporation called Cushman and Wakefield bought CFS. The contract says they have 90 days to pay us and... Read more »
We are a 3rd party contractor for Home Warranty companies. And customers of the home warranty company are posting negative online reviews, some for reasons out of our hands, due to our restrictions in our contract with the home warranty company. Can we issue a cease and desist and sue if the... Read more »
If you consulted with an attorney regarding such a letter or legal action, they would likely want to see each individual review. If they're negative, it's possible that in itself is not necessarily actionable. An attorney who deals with defamation would examine if they were false and harmful, among...Read more »
Not if the structure will be in compliance with zoning and other laws, and the project is run in compliance with OSHA, environmental, labor, fire & safety, and other codes. Your question remained open for three weeks. Those are some general considerations. You could consult with an Indiana attorney...Read more »
We submitted billing for a partial contract amount, waited for two months only to find out that the general contractor is requireing us to submit a materials/ labor breakdown. This was not stated in the initial signed contract and in my opinion is a breach of what I consider to be trade secrets.
They have been doing work on water mains for over a month and we got 1 letter saying they would let us know when the water would be off but we have not been notified a single time out of dozens and our water heater ran dry multiple times and now is not working properly, i even emailed the city... Read more »
The cost to litigate such a case could exceed the replacement costs to the heater. If other residents in your area also sustained related damages, that could help spread legal costs. That could be something to look into before consulting with a local attorney. Good luck
I know that the the company has a standard contract that they will not change. I also know that the builder has a very good consumer affairs rating. The state where I currently live requires an attorney for real estate deals, but Nevada does not. I do not know if it will change anything to have an... Read more »
If you feel confident in putting your entire trust and faith in the person on the other side of the deal, that then becomes a personal decision on your part. Also, is the builder being represented by an attorney?
I have been with no air all summer, do have window units but its now winter and I have 2 dogs that stays inside. there is no heat provided at all. The air ducts and installation is still not installed and its been like that since May 2019. At time of the lease signing everything was working.
You must contact the landlord in writing notifying him/her of the problem.Title 41 section 121 of the Oklahoma statutes can be read by you but says the following. C. Except as otherwise provided in this act, if, contrary to the rental agreement or Section 18 of this act, the landlord willfully or...Read more »
Contract stated 25% fee every week for non payment. The original invoice was in dispute, and after 7 days they charged me $1022 in interest on an invoice of $4088. I believe in Colorado the ursury limit is 45% per annum. Does ursury limits apply in this case, or is it just consumer loans (money... Read more »
No but yes. Builders are not required to offer any warranty. But, a owner may bring suit against the builder under the Construction Defect Statute for defects for up to 10 years after completion of the home.
Hope helps. You should contact an attorney if your builder is not cooperating...Read more »
Months over and they ignore our calls and messages. These people are rude and disrespectful. We have been in contract with them since june 2018 and our house is yet to be finished ! They havent worked on the house for months plus they have made so many mistakes that we have had to pay out of pocket... Read more »
This is something a Texas attorney would best advise you on, but your question remains open for three weeks. If you consulted with an attorney, they will ask for the underlying contract and other documents you have for the project, including specs, change orders, records of emails or other...Read more »
A Minnesota attorney could advise in the best manner, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general rule in virtually any jurisdiction, the homeowner does not get a windfall from the mistake of the county or its contractor in such a situation. Most anywhere, the gravel would be...Read more »
This is not a matter of criminal law. Talk to an attorney who practices civil law or research filing a small claims lawsuit in the Justice of the Peace court. There are multiple JP courts in most counties so figure out the proper court for the street address of the home where you did the work.
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