The recent Florida Supreme Court’s decision in Earth Trades, Inc. v. T&G Corp., 2013 WL 264440 (Fla. 2013), demonstrates the harsh realities for an unlicensed contractor. In this case, a general contractor hired a site subcontractor. The subcontractor, alleging nonpayment, filed suit against the contractor and the...
Horizontal projects (public roadway projects and other infrastructure improvements, etc.) often require the identification and relocation of existing underground utilities. The underground utility company / owner is typically notified of the project (and the plans for the project) so that it can identify and relocate...
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