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Sender:
John Murphy
Date:
Sat, 19 Apr 1997 15:31:37 -0700
Re:
Pleadings

 

Hi!

In Queensland a builder of a house cannot enforce his building contract if he is unlicenced. I have a case where a builder completed an expensive house and the owner is refusing to make the final payments because the builder was unlicenced.

It is also the law that in such a situation, the builder is not precluded by the statute from making a quantum meruit/restitutionary claim.

My problem is how to plead such a claim.

Does anyone have, or know where I can find, a good pleading for a claim arising out of the unenforceability of a contract?

Thanks

 

John Murphy
160 Hellawell Road
Sunnybank Hills Qld 4109
Australia
+61 7 3273-7193


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