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Homebuilder dodges $3M defective construction claim
A defective construction claim against a homebuilder failed after a federal judge found that the plaintiffs failed to state in their contract that the builder was responsible for soil tests. U.S. District Court Judge Martin Reidinger last month entered summary judgment in favor of defendant Robbinsville Custom Molding, a general contractor facing claims of breach of contract, unfair and deceptive trade practices and fraud. The defendant’s attorney, Ervin L. Ball, said the plaintiffs sought an award of about $3 million.