Mostellar Mansion, LLC v. Mactec Engineering & Consulting of Georgia, Inc.
2008 N.C. App. LEXIS 1011 (May 20, 2008)
Mostellar Mansion, LLC (Mansion) entered into a contract with Mactec Engineering and Consulting of Georgia, Inc. (Mactec) in connection with Mostellar’s plan to purchase a tract of land for the construction of an apartment complex (the Project Site). Under the contract, Mactec was to assess the subsurface conditions of the Project Site, determine if the Project Site was suitable for the proposed construction and provide recommendations for foundation design and site preparation for the proposed structures. The contract contained the following pertinent provisions:
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