Letter to builder stating that his work has caused other damage. Explains the builder has breached the contract and that he will have to pay compensation
About this document
This is a letter to your builder stating that his work has caused damage to another part of the building or your house. For example, you have instructed the builder to erect a new front wall and he has filled in some of your pond with cement. The letter explains that the builder has breached the contract and that he will have to pay compensation.
Suitable for any building complaint where the work completed is otherwise fine but the work has caused other damage, for example, the builder has built a new wall but destroyed your garden in the process
Formal style helps you to get the desired result
Written in plain English
Letter to your solicitor requesting a Law Society remuneration certificate to prove the amount charged is appropriate
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