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I have a property surveying company who was not granted

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I have a property surveying company who was not granted permission to perform services on my property claiming he came and performed the services on my property. He is threatening that I owe 450 for services rendered on my proprty in NC. He is saying a lien will be filed if not paid the 450. There was no written contract or otherwise verbal agreement for the services. Am I obligated to pay? Does he have enough without a written contract or any proof of performing the service other than anot invoice he sent me in the mail. He did not perform any survey of my property and if he did it was without my acknowledgement or authorization. Do I need a lawyer? I do not want to pay 450 for something I did not receive nor do I want a lien or my property.
Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Roger replied 7 months ago.

Hi - my name is ***** ***** I'll b algid to assist.

If you didn't enter into an agreement with this surveyor -- verbal or written -- to perform work for you, then you should have no legal obligation to this company.

Expert:  Roger replied 7 months ago.

If the surveyor has no proof that you signed an agreement or orally requested that this work be done, then the surveyor would have a difficult time proving that you agreed and that you're obligated to pay.

Expert:  Roger replied 7 months ago.

The best thing you could do is consult a local lawyer and have him/her write this surveyor and demand that he cease contacting you about work that you never requested or authorized.....and see if that doesn't stop the contact from this guy.

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