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Morning Fred, this is a continuation of yesterdays question. Mediator sided with written contract which has many omissions on pertinent facts for the installation of my kitchen cabinet doors and drawers and granite installation. I hope you remember.
I know in a real estate contract to be valid, pertinent info has to be included like names, addresses, closing date, down payment, escrow, etc.
What has to be included in a contract for cabinets and granite installation to be valid?
I know real estate contracts are different, your telling me only the price and what I would be receiving is a valid contract?
Isn't there a Fl. law that says a consumer can expect good workmanship[ quality and work done in a timely manner?
I haven't left a rating because I am not satisified with your answer.
Hi Fred,I would like you to give me the Florida statue number that deals with the specifics of what terms makes a contract valid for ordering cabinets and granite on my case, so I can quote this in court next week. Maggie
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