Civil Practice – Motion to Join Party – Neither Indispensable nor Necessary – Contract – Construction BondSelective Insurance Co. of America v. Glen Wilde, LLC The defendant-project owner has not shown that the project’s general contractor is a necessary or indispensable party in this action, in which the surety seeks a declaratory judgment that the performance and payment bonds it issued are unenforceable.
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Published: May 31, 2012
Time posted: 1:27 pm
Tags: Civil Practice, Construction Bond, Contract, Motion to Join Party, Neither Indispensable nor Necessary