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we did a roof job and we gave the lady payments she claims that she has several leaks and inside damage we have gone up to asses and do some repairs she still owes 1600 and she refuses to pay until she feels the job is done she sent a complaint to the attorney general and we must now reply since then I have filed bankruptcy and it has been discharged and I have quit doing roofs due to my health how should I handle this
yes we did have business insurance
no the job was done in july and we no longer have insurance
I am not sure I will have to check the exact date it was canceled
what kind of penalties can the attorney general give to us and our company can i go to jail for any reason concerning this situation is this kind of case considered criminal or civil
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