BRITISH COLUMBIA CASE LAW LIBRARY
Scott Mayhew Contracting Ltd. v. Beech, defendants welcomed the plaintiff onto the property so that the plaintiff could carry on with construction. I find that the defendants’ conduct amounted to a waiver of any breach
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Westsea Construction Ltd. v. Veale, water damage; respondents demanded that the leaseholders reimburse the respondents for the costs of repairs and remediation. Some leaseholders paid; some did not COURT OF APPEAL FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
Fraser Valley Building Supplies Inc. v. Home & Style Design & Construction Inc., dispute between the Talentos and HSD with respect to how much was owed on the project and the quantity and quality of HSD’s work.
Ram Construction Inc. v. Darbar, Society applies for reconsideration of the judgment dated February 9, 2012, obtained by the plaintiff, Ram Construction Inc. (“Ram”), against the Society in the amount of $529,156.67 and $28,249.99
Bortolussi v. Busselton Construction Ltd., By any measure, the defendant’s performance of the contract was a disaster. The defendant’s workers were inept
581582 B.C. Ltd. v. Habib, applicants say that the lien must be extinguished because it does not accurately describe the party entitled to claim it
J.L.’s Excavating Ltd. v. Bear Creek Contracting Ltd., J.L.’s Excavating Ltd., sues to be paid for gravel it delivered to the defendant, Bear Creek Contracting Ltd., for use in the construction of a road in Terrace,
representative told him that the problem could be connected to a roof problem and recommended to Mr. Kravchuke that he hire a roofer.
Walker v. Siler, for damages they allege resulted from Mr. Siler’s breach of an alleged contract to complete the construction of an already partially built log home
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