Legal Question in Construction Law in New Jersey

is it leagal for a company to complete a service without a estimate first?

Asked on 2/12/13, 6:22 am

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Robert Davies The Davies Law Firm, P.A.
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Oh, brother. Another home improvement contractor doing it wrong.

OK, here is the deal: if this is in New Jersey, then any home improvement work over $500.00 that a contractor is going to do must be put into writing stating what the contractor will do and what the cost will be. Failure to put the agreement in writing is a violation of New Jersey law.

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Answered on 2/12/13, 7:17 am

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