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Contractor Can’t Set Off Non-Bonded Project (access required)

A general contractor does not have a right to set off money a masonry subcontractor owed on a non-bonded school project against money owed a surety on a bonded federal government project; the Norfolk U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge says the contractor may not set off the non-bonded amount, but material disputed facts preclude summary ...

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