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Answered 1 month ago by Patrick Johnson
You can file a complaint with the Contractors License Board or sue them in General Sessions Court.
Answered 2 months ago by Patrick Johnson
I can't speak for other lawyers but for myself, I would not take the case on a contingency basis. You have had the house for 11 years and should have done something before now.
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