How can you get material back from a customer’s yard that he refuses to pay for and it has not been installed on his home?

Asked on August 25, 2014 under Business Law, Alabama


Maury Beaulier /

Answered 6 years ago | Contributor

You sue iin court for the value of the products provideqd unless you have a contract that provides some other form of relief.  Trying to remove the material would be an illegal trespass and, perhaps worse.  

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