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License Required For Protection Of Limitation Statute Statutes Of Limitation; Licenses

Wednesday, February 09, 2005 01:02 pm

 
License Required For Protection Of Limitation Statute Statutes Of Limitation; Licenses

The Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that a contractor without proof of a proper state license was not protected by a statute of limitation.

Fort James-Pennington, Inc. awarded a contract to Burkes Mechanical, Inc. to fabricate and install a hardwood screening device at a paper mill in Choctaw County. Under the agreement, Burkes agreed to indemnify Fort James against any claim for bodily injury arising out of the performance of the work.

An employee of Burkes was injured on the job. He sued Fort James, claiming that the owner had maintained the facility in an unsafe condition. More [...]

 
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