Consumer Protection Law
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I am sorry to read about your difficulties.
If they have indeed purchased the cus***** *****ner, unfortunately, you have to pay for it. However, if they continue to drag their feet on the project, you need to give them a written notice that you are terminating the contract due to their inability to uphold their end of the contract. You can also file complaint against them with the contracting Board and request for your money back.
If they do put a lien on the property, you can file lawsuit and ask that the lien be released and state the reasons for your request, just like you did on your post here.
Goodluck with your case,