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Ok, I have to ask. With this job, why does the general contractor have any responsibility regarding a leak in a prebuilt modular building? Seems to me, seacreast is simply throwing knives in all directions to see which ones stick. This explains why the publics construction costs go up and up and up and up. There needs to be a way to protect contractors from frivilous lawsuits like this which contractors must defend themselves against, especially when it is patently obvious there was no basis for the suit against them. It is obvious the General contractor did not build the buildings, their placement was not the cause of the leaks, so why does seacrest feel the need to drag the general contractor through the mud? So,... They don't get satisfaction from the actual builder of the units, so they threaten the general contractor with lawsuits hoping to strong arm them into performing a repair that is not the generals fault? I feel frivilous lawasuits such as this should have a penalty for the filing party when it is obvious and discovered that the lawsuit was filed with blackmail as it's base.
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