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Home›Motion to Dismiss Cross-Claim and Cross-Complaint - Defective Parking Lot Construction - Reply; Arnstein & Lehr LLP; 04.20.2016
Motion to Dismiss Cross-Claim and Cross-Complaint - Defective Parking Lot Construction - Reply; Arnstein & Lehr LLP; 04.20.2016
Defendant's Joint Reply to Combined Responses to Motion to Dismiss Cross-Claim and Cross-Complaint for Defective Parking Lot Construction
Case Topics: Breach of Contract, Breach of Guaranty, Breach of Warranty
Grounds for Moving: Plaintiff cannot claim a breach of warranty that is assigned away and as such Plaintiff's claim fails as a matter of law. Defendant is neither a party to the contract nor in privity with a party to the contract.
Moving to Dismiss the Following Claims: Breach of Contract, Breach of Warranty