Abandonment Of Construction Project
The Forms Professionals Trust! ™
The failure of a building contractor to substantially perform the terms and conditions of a building contract entitles the other party to the contract to sue for damages resulting from the breach of the contract. The measure of damages in such cases is generally held to be the amount above the contract price that it costs the other party to complete the services in accordance with the terms of the contract.
A surety is a person obligated by a contract under which one person agrees to pay a debt or perform a duty if the other person who is bound to pay the debt or perform the duty fails to do so. A surety is often found when someone is required to post a bond to secure a promise to perform.
This form is a generic complaint and adopts the "notice pleadings" format of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which have been adopted by most states in one form or another. This form is for illustrative purposes only. Local laws should be consulted to determine any specific requirements for such a form in a particular jurisdiction.
- View Complaint for Defective Home Construction, Defective Design
- View Complaint Against Building Contractor for Failure to Complete Construction
- View Complaint Against Builder for Costs of Repairs Made and to be Made to House Not Constructed in Workmanlike Manner
- View Complaint regarding Subcontractor against contractor and surety
All forms provided by U.S. Legal Forms, Inc.™, (USLF), the nations leading legal forms publisher. When you need a legal form, don't accept anything less than the USlegal™ brand. "The Forms Professionals Trust ™
Gold Award 2006-2018
BEST Legal Forms Company
11 Year Winner in all Categories:
Forms, Features, Customer Service
and Ease of Use.