Property owner rights vs General Contractor rights
I am currently building a house in which the General Contractor has continued to request additional funds over his initial bid, however he will not provide me with a break down of the initial bid so that I may account for the excess funds he is requesting. Everytime he has requested funds they have been disbursed by my bank, with the exception of the 16,000. in extras that he claims to have incurred. I am now receiving calls from many of the sub contractors who should have been paid by now claiming that they have not been paid. I feel I am completely in the dark with respect to the destination of the money I have sent to him.
Do I have any recourse? Should I seek legal council?
Answered on: 8/12/04, 1:35 am by Jared Martens
Re: Property owner rights vs General Contractor rights
Yes, you should seek legal council. I reply to about 1/10 of these e-mails. It sounds to me like your general contractor is in some serious trouble financially and trying to leave you on the hook. Give me a call.
Jared B. Martens
Christian & Martens Law Group, PLLC
Eighth Street Marketplace
404 South Eighth Street, Suite 300
Boise, Idaho 83702
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