Contract states Final due on concrete Completion but we are getting paver coping instead of concrete. Still a huge piece of the project to be finished. Don’t feel it’s fair to give full payment with a large piece unfinished and unscheduled.
Contractually, you're likely obligated to make the payment. However, you may be able to renegotiate on your own or with the help of an attorney for different milestones and payments. I'm sure anyone who responds would be happy to help if you decide to hire a lawyer. Good luck.
Your question is barely comprehensible. You need help constructing it. But, I think the answer will turn on the contents of the documents. You need a legal review of all relevant contracts, whether we are talking about the construction agreements, the home purchase contract, or any relevant HOA...Read more »
There is wood rot that was simply painted over, paint that wasn't done right and is peeling off the ceilings and walls, floors that have bubbled from not being laid right, an a.c. unit that wasn't up to code that flooded our house, a oven that makes it so we can't open a dishwasher... Read more »
The lien was filed June 6 2017 and the company is trying to enforce it as of Jan 26 2018. The law in VA states the lien expires after 6 months. work has stopped on our build so removing this is imperative.
I asked him to give me the materials that was purchase and I will get someone to finish the work. He keep saying he is going to finish it's been since March 2017.. I know he had a few family issuses but I need the work completed. We have a sign contract and he also been paid some money
My company is possibly being purchased and we may need to relocate, therefore I would like to put the construction on hold. I emailed them this, and they responded that they would continue building the house but with 0 upgrades that we selected, then if we want it at the end we can have it. Does... Read more »
That was wrong firewalls did not exist. based on that it never csme up during construct and the walls are up and ceiling closed with city's approval. Now the city is saying no more inspections until firewalls are in place. Requires tear down painted and finished walls and erect new walls. Who... Read more »
More information would be necessary to answer this, including an expert architect who will say it was negligent of the first architect and it caused you damages.
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