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Old 05-08-2007, 09:22 PM   #31
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Did you by any chance always go with the lowest bidder?.....

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Old 05-08-2007, 09:25 PM   #32
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These situations are what a contractor's bond is for. You should be able to contact the bonding company and get some sort of satisfaction. They will in turn go after the contractor for the money.....he was bonded, right?
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I don't care what anybody says if the contractor asks for any money before the material is delivered or any work is done he's up to no good.
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These situations are what a contractor's bond is for. You should be able to contact the bonding company and get some sort of satisfaction. They will in turn go after the contractor for the money.....he was bonded, right?
first you'll need a judgment from a court of law.
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These situations are what a contractor's bond is for. You should be able to contact the bonding company and get some sort of satisfaction. They will in turn go after the contractor for the money.....he was bonded, right?
He would also need to be actually 'bonded'. Not every state requires that. The states we work in do not.

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