Recent Questions & Answers About Pennsylvania PaymantA mechanics lien on my home
Hello, Here is a series of events. Hired first contractor (Will) to rehab a house. First contractor did not finish job, payment plan with us, he could not finish the job and still owes us roughly 16,000. First contractor hired sub-contractor (Ron) to do the HVAC, however, he did not pay the...Which date is last furnishing date
Hello! We are uPVC windows and doors supplier, and we are working in 20 states all over USA. We are delivering windows under main agreement with client within few months, and if client need something additional we sign additional agreement (or client change order) and we are delivering additional orders paid by...Can I file a mechanics lien as a public adjuster?
My company iink payments is a lender restoration professionals including; contractors, property attorneys, and public adjusters. My question is that I know we can file liens on behalf of the contractors since they physically provided the labor to restore the home. However, a public adjuster, is just negotiating a higher claims payout...Seeking legal defense
Essential Home Improvement,LLC PO BOX 454, Mount Pocono, PA, Residential lawsuit The following is a letter sent to the plaintiffs lawyer and gives my overview of the situation: I have received your clients claims and request for a refund of four-thousand three-hundred seventy-five dollars ($4,375). I have contacted your office multiple times...Can you issue a COO with a homeowner signing off on an obvious discrepancy in building materials?
I am a Code Officer in a small Borough in PA. Our Third Party Inspectors issued a Certificate of Compliance for a newly built house. The problem is that the deck was erected with 4X4 posts that are more than 32" high. They had the homeowner sign off on them and told...