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Old 11-22-2012, 11:32 AM   #16
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I think the OP is screwed. Since he already admitted to committing fraud, by using his friend's companies name.

By acting as a/the GC, it was upon him to have insurance.

Best talk to a lawyer, and have lots of money ready to be paid out.

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He sure better have a lot of documentation for the 4 grand.
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imo, the property owner is trying to play him for a fool. if the OP has the receipts for the materials, witnesses, and pictures would help, there is proof of work.

lets see. i put siding on your house. 1 week later a tornado comes along and blows the house down. "I" am responsible for that siding ? i don't see it.
mother nature did it. other than a insurance company, i don't see anyone being responsible for mother nature.
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He needs to talk to a lawyer, that knows the real estate laws in his state and city. It doesn't matter what any of us think. But falsifying documents is illegal in all 50 states.
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He needs to talk to a lawyer, that knows the real estate laws in his state and city. It doesn't matter what any of us think. But falsifying documents is illegal in all 50 states.
Not only in USA but it well pretty much allover the European area as well and if anyone caught falsifying the documents can end up jail or very steep fine or both.

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