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California Supreme Court Holds That Contractors May Not Unreasonably Withhold Retention Payments
Until recently, there has been a split in the courts of appeal in California regarding the extent to which contractors are excused from the prompt payment requirement for retentions.
United States
25 Jun 2018
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California Court Of Appeal Finds Use Of Term "Ongoing Operations" Ambiguous In Additional Insured Endorsement Favoring Developer
California's Fourth District Court of Appeal in San Diego recently published a decision which benefits insureds and additional insureds, specifically developers ...
United States
8 Dec 2017
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California Court Of Appeal Affirms That Unlicensed Contractor May Not Pursue Litigation
California's Second District Court of Appeal recently threw out a potentially valid claim for breach of contract asserted by a contractor which failed to comply ...
United States
8 Dec 2017
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California Court Of Appeal Holds That Pre-Litigation Process In SB800 Applies To All Homeowner Defect Claims – Issue Before California Supreme Court
California's Third District Court of Appeal recently clarified the scope of the Right to Repair Act, commonly known as SB-800 ("SB-800").
United States
11 Jul 2017
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