Gm520 P1 Let S Consider The Concept Of Substantial Performance

GM520 P1let’s consider the concept of substantial performance. If a contractor is hired to paint an entire house blue, and about 3/4 of the way through the paint job, there is an electrical fire (no fault of the contractor — just faulty wiring) that destroys the rooms that have not yet been painted — can the homeowner decide not to pay the contractor at all on the grounds that the entire house was not completed?

According to the substantial performance, if a contractor completes his full or most ofhis responsibilities, he is entitled to get all of his payment what is mentioned or promisedunder the terms…

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