Contract – Breach – Evidence – Assault — Remodeling Work – Failure to Pay – Punch ListAllen Design Associates, Inc. v. Combs The defendant-homeowner failed to try to introduce evidence that the reason she refused to let the plaintiff-contractor back into her home was that she had learned that he had been arrested for assault on a female. Even if she had preserved this issue for appeal, the homeowner failed to show that such evidence was relevant; she didn’t show that she learned of the arrest before she decided not to let the contractor return.
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Published: May 8, 2012
Time posted: 9:57 am
Tags: Assault, Breach, Contract, evidence, Failure to Pay, Punch List, Remodeling Work