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Contract – Construction – Arbitration – Nonsignatory

Homeowners who signed a contract with a now-defunct corporation must arbitrate their claims against the defendant husband-and-wife owners of the corporation, even though defendant owners did not sign the contract, a Fairfax Circuit Court says in a case of apparent first impression.
Comer v. Goudie (Fairfax Cir.Ct.) (VLW 009-8-007) (3 pp.)

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