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Contract Assignee May Sue for Breach (access required)

A Charlottesville U.S. District Court says plaintiff building contractor, who was assigned a contract for construction of an office for an auto body shop in Culpeper, may sue defendant North Carolina company, for breach of contract based on alleged faulty workmanship that resulted in water damage and mold problems that required the contractor to compensate ...

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