Contractor explained workers were at the wrong house. It was a mistake. I’ve given four months of opportunity for them to replace the porch as it was and they stayed there done but the porch is not as it was due. I have to pay them.
answered on Apr 28, 2023
You would likely need to at least pay them for whatever work they did accomplish minus whatever reasonable damages still remain from what they did when they accidentally removed the porch. You would need to speak with an attorney about the specifics of your case to see if that is your best course... Read more »
answered on Jan 9, 2023
I assume that you also paid this person. There are cases of fraud where a contractor accepts payment or partial payment and then leaves the area without doing any work or having the intention to do so. If you believe you may have been scammed, you may want to contact the non-emergency line and... Read more »
This would have been filed against Stanger Enterprise DBA Premier Pools which is now located in Valley, NE.
answered on Nov 3, 2022
If you want to search for cases that have been filed against a specific party in Nebraska, you can search the Court cases by party name. You can do this online through the case files available on the Nebraska Judicial Branches website. If you want to look at case specific information beyond party... Read more »
I was driving at around 40 mph to my girlfriend's house on a gravel road, and we came up a hill and there was a long row of gravel piled up in the middle of the road. This is a major arterial road, and there were no warning signs, so as a result, it destroyed my scrape guard underneath my car,... Read more »
answered on Jun 15, 2021
A Nebraska attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. In many places, it could depend on the road and the amount of traffic it gets. Good practices would have involved cordoning off the gravel and putting up signs, just as you mention, so that it wouldn't be a hazard... Read more »
But, there is a special condition that if we are ranchers and own all the land, a 2nd home can be built, so we can "get around" the problem of not being able to build two homes, by not separating the 74 acres into 2 parcels (so we both own the ground), so no real problem so far. But, I... Read more »
answered on Jan 6, 2021
Your question is too specific for a general posting board like this. You will want to consult a real estate attorney experienced with farm land issues to see what exceptions might apply in your specific situation.
In Nebraska, the law is that a contractor must place a fence 14 inches from any utility lines. If a contractor places a provision in the contract with the land owner that the land owner will be liable for any damage to utility lines as a result of the land owner asking for less than a 14 inch... Read more »
answered on Apr 7, 2020
Unless the State is part of the agreement, a private agreement between parties that they won't follow the law doesn't make the law unenforceable. That being said, it is allowed in certain circumstances for parties to contract for one party to indemnify the other party for costs... Read more »
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