had windows installed 1/2 down 1/2 at completion. they didnt do in ample time as promised that so much time elapsed they need me to sign new contract to bill me second half. should i sign and what are legal ramifications if i don't
The contract we signed was for pouring our concrete patio. We paid 50% down per the contract. The contract was to begin April 5. It has taken 2 1/2 months and we still don’t have our con Crete. The contract we signed has a termination clause and this clause says that the contract can only be... Read more »
Either you’re there with her permission or you’re not. If you’re there with her permission, you won’t get into trouble. If you’re there without her permission or against her wishes, you could get into trouble. End of story.
We files a Demand Lrt, NOI and Mechanic Lien. They bonded off and we filed claim against the surety bond. Our bond was denied and I dont understand how it reads. The terms of the Bond define the obligations of the Surety. As such, the Bond states:
It appears to mean you have to go to mediation first, and then binding arbitration against the defaulting party prior to attempting to collect from the surety. In short, it looks like they are saying you have not exhausted all your remedies against the defaulting party prior to seeking...Read more »
You could do jail time depending on what the prosecutor wants.
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