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K & G Construction Co. v. Harris
Citation:164 A.2d 451 (1960)
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Plaintiff was a contractor for a housing-construction project. Defendants owned an excavation company that was Plaintiff’s excavation subcontractor. The parties agreed that Defendant would perform work in a workmanlike manner. They also agreed that Plaintiff would make installment payments monthly for the excavation work. Defendant caused the collapse of a wall of the building and other damage. Plaintiff withheld the installment payment due because the damage had not been repaired or paid for, and Defendant discontinued work.
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