The people who I bought it from did an as is type contract. It was built by December of 2010.
So what your saying is, no matter what the builders claims, as far as what he builds and what it's suppose to be able to do and it doesn't perform to what he claims, don't mean squat? What about fraudulent representation of his product. I mean if I would of thought it was going to fall apart upon trying to get it to where I needed it, do you really think I would of bought it? The whole reason for buying it was so I could have it moved to where I wanted it and not have it fall apart en route.
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