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Contractor Suffers For Loaned License Licenses; Liens

Friday, September 03, 2004 02:44 pm

 
Contractor Suffers For Loaned License Licenses; Liens

A Florida court has ruled that a construction contract was unenforceable and a mechanic's lien was void because the contractor provided its license to another party which then performed the work.

G/W Riverwalk, LLC was negotiating a contract for renovation of an apartment complex. Riverwalk dealt with Russell DeVore, who purported to be president of RTM General Contractors, Inc., an entity qualified to act as a construction company through a licensed general contractor. Riverwalk then signed an agreement with RTM.

All the renovation work was actually performe [...]

 
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