A roof contraction did not install my roof as per Florida Codes nor as per my contract and made a mess of my roof. I just had 2 Certified Building Roof Inspections and both state the same and then some, such as not installing as the contract stated with drip edge and vents. I sent certified letters demanding the work be corrected and completed but the contractor only wants my money. A subcontracted County inspector signed off on the job passing the roof, despite that he did not even go on the roof and inspect it and despite the disaster on my roof, gutters and downspouts. The Contractor filed a Lien on May 3rd but the notary signatures state, May 4th! and did not send me a Notice of Lien by Certified mail. I want to sell the property but I cannot legally and ethically because of the roof. I cannot hire the new contractor to replace the roof because of the lien. So if I can have the lien removed because of a technicality that there was no Notice documented or filed, then I can get the new roof installed and have the property "Bonded off", if I need to to sell it if the contractor puts another Lien on it. The /contractor hired a Attorney who has filed a Foreclosure Lien Nov. 30th. They did not serve me the summons which has expired as of March 2019. Now the controversial Lien that the contractor had recorded in May 3 2018 will expire in 2019. So I was wondering how that effects this case? And since the Notary was dated May 4, 2018 which is the day after it was recorded? I just want to get my new roof installed before I have to go to court that shows I needed to get a new roof and that I can sell it. I am trying to negotiate a settlement with the contractors attorney to pay my damages that are now over $15, 000.00 with the extra $8,000.00 difference in the cost of the new contractor roof to be installed. This does not cover any other unforeseen damages that the roof contractor caused to my under area of the pan roof. This roof contractor only wants money and abandoned the job. I have a letter prepared to send his attorney. Are you allowed to review the letter? If the attorney refuses to settle out of court, I am now prepared to go to court to settle this and get paid for the damages. The regular Lee County inspectors have refuse to come back for over a year and reinspect my roof, despite all my emails and calls and mailed letters with the photos of the major problem areas. They just ignore me and/or refuse to come and properly inspect the roof that has big 4" x3" holes in the sides, and rats entered and went into the wall, and the wind blows up under the TPO roof and sounds like snap crack pop. It is all so pathetic and ridiculous. I reported it to Florida Dept. of Business and Professional Regulations and The County Commissioner and they just push me to the side and say they cannot do anything. So I am very aggravated and frustrated at this point, when all I wanted was a new roof, but I got what looks like a big diaper on top of my house. This roof situation is ruining my life and wasting my time and stressing me out to the point of who knows. All, I just wanted a new properly installed roof and to pay for it. I need to get the inspectors to come back and resend the "pass" to a fail. So how can I get some Governmental force or law action to make them do that. I will have the Professional Roof inspections with the codes. So who can I contact who would make them realize that this is a serious matter. I would like to sue them but there is another nightmare when all I want is peace.