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Michael E. Fiffik
I think you're probably asking about local builing codes and zoning laws.  Local means they are all different depending on where you are.  I've never seen any such code that addresses the field of view from windows in residential housing.  This is something to take up with your... Read More
I think you're probably asking about local builing codes and zoning laws.  Local means they are all different depending on where you are. ... Read More
Michael E. Fiffik
The danger if you do that is it could possibly be turned in to the police for fraud/theft of services.  You might call your credit card company and see if they offer any dispute resolution process.  You may have certain options available to you under the Home Improvement Consumer... Read More
The danger if you do that is it could possibly be turned in to the police for fraud/theft of services.  You might call your credit card company... Read More

contractor did not pay to subcontractor

Answered 4 years ago by attorney Stephen W. Wiener | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Construction Law

Stephen W. Wiener
Since this was a School renovation and therefore prevailing wage applied, the contruction job is very likely bonded and if you are a subcontractor you should be able to file a claim against the bond. It sound like you are a sub-subcontractor (that is you are not working for the contractor, but a... Read More
Since this was a School renovation and therefore prevailing wage applied, the contruction job is very likely bonded and if you are a subcontractor... Read More
Construction Law
From zoning issues to negotiating construction contracts and from mechanics liens to defects and delays, construction law requires attorneys to have a range of experience and knowledge in a host of areas necessary to guide projects from inception to completion. Whether you're involved in a private project or a public works project, whether your company operates in the construction industry or you're a client who wants something built, a construction law firm can advise and consult with you throughout the project, helping to ensure you have the necessary legal protections in your contracts, assisting you on zoning and permitting issues, and working to resolve any disputes that arise.
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