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In the case of a “Custom Home”, Builders build, and Inspectors inspect, to a set of signed and sealed plans drawn by a licensed Architect and Engineer, who is the person responsible for any, and all problems. For some unknown reason, this person, or persons, were never named in the lawsuit, and should have the necessary insurance to cover the damages claimed by the Dayton’s. It appears, from the number of times the Notice of Commencement was recorded between 2002 and 2005 (4 times), there must have been many issues with the plans.
If I were the Builder, I would never have become involved with this job from Day One, and proves why “Nice Guys Finish Last”, because I heard the Dayton’s never paid the last draw of somewhere near $200K.
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