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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Missouri

Dissatisfied with work done by your Missouri home contractor? Consider small claims court as an avenue of relief.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Tennessee

If your complaint against your home contractor is over $25,000 or less, suing in Tennesee's General Sessions Court might make sense.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in South Carolina

South Carolina lets you sue a home contractor for construction defects in Magistrate’s Court, for money damages of up to $7,500.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Wisconsin

In a dispute with your home contractor that's worth $10,000 or less? Small claims court might be a good place to seek redress.

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What Happens If I Don't Pay Property Taxes in New York?

If you don’t pay your New York property taxes, you might lose your home to a tax foreclosure.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Washington

Washington contractor didn't do a good or complete job? Consider small claims court as an avenue of relief.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in New Jersey

Your home contractor's work was inadequate, and you feel you're owed a small but not insignificant amount of money: Try small claims court.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Massachusetts

Seriously dissatisfied with work done on your home by Massachusetts contractor? Filing suit in small claims court may be an option.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Virginia

Did your Virginia home contractor mess up the job? For a small dispute, Virginia's small claims, "district" court might offer a good avenue of relief.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Colorado

Colorado contractor failed to do the right work, or complete the job? Suing in small claims court is an option.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Conciliation Court in Minnesota

Minnesota's conciliation court offers an avenue of relief for homeowners whose contractors' inadequate work led to damages of $15,000 or less.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Illinois

Unhappy with remodeling or repair work done by your Illinois home contractor? See whether small claims court might be your best remedy.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Indiana

Dissatisfied with work done by your Texas home contractor? Consider small claims court as an avenue of relief.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Arizona

If your Arizona home contractor messed up the job or failed to complete it, small claims court is a possible source of redress.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Oregon

Dissatisfied with home repair or remodeling work done by a contractor on your Oregon home? Small claims court might be the appropriate remedy.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in the District of Columbia

Got a dispute with a home contractor that's in the $5,000 range? Small claims court might be a good avenue for legal relief.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in North Carolina

Unhappy with North Carolina home contractor's work? Small claims court offers a promising avenue for relief.

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Suing Home Contractor for Construction Defects in Small Claims Court in Michigan

Unhappy with your Michigan home contractor's work? See whether small claims court may provide a suitable venue.

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New-Home Construction Defects in Arizona: Buyer's Rights Against the Builder

Learn about possible legal claims and limitations if you'd like to take action against an Arizona builder for shoddy construction.

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Washington Law on Creating a Mother-in-Law Apartment to Rent

Developing a mother-in-law apartment for rent may be an option for Washington homeowners seeking additional income or another living option for family...

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Are Defects Covered by a Manufacturer's Warranty?

Were you among those unhappy buyers of newly built homes who discovered, upon moving or soon after, that not everything was in working order -- or...

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Mechanic's Liens From Home Improvements

Kate and Peter wanted to remodel their kitchen and build on a family room. They saved and borrowed, got their permits, and hired a contractor. The con...

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Hiring Workers in Your Home: Legal Requirements

If you need the help of a nanny, a housekeeper, or handyperson in your home, you may be considering hiring a domestic worker. You can hire a company, ...

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Hiring a Contractor for Home Improvements

Hiring the right contractor is the key to the success of your home improvement project.

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Green Remodeling: Eco-Friendly Home Improvements

Renovating a home can feel like such a fresh and healthy start -- until you start worrying about issues like the environmental impact of newly harvest...

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Go Green At Home, Save Money

These days, many homeowners are interested in going green. But can you protect and preserve the environment and save money too? Although many eco-frie...

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Financing Your Home Improvement Project

Homeowners planning a remodel or home improvement project should carefully consider how they will finance the job. Many payment and financing options ...

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Do Home Improvements Add Value?

Renovating, remodeling, and improving your home can be great ways to give it a makeover, gain extra space, or otherwise make it possible for you to st...

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Home Defects: Things to Try Before Filing a Lawsuit

If the home you've bought was previously owned, you probably knew at the time of purchase that it wasn't in perfect condition. But what if something w...

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