J & J Electric Inc. v. Gilbert H. Moen Co.
1973.WA.40130 516 P.2D 217; 9 WASH. APP. 954
Division Three Court of Appeals of Washington
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A lien foreclosure action brought by J & J Electric, Inc., an electrical subcontractor, against First Baptist Homes, Inc. mushroomed into a series of claims and counterclaims with additional parties. The other participants are: Gilbert H. Moen Company, the prime contractor, and its surety, St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co.; United Pacific Insurance Company, J & J Electrics surety; Manson Bennett of Seattle, and Paddock & Hollingberry of Yakima, architects; and Bouillon, Christofferson & Schairer, electrical engineers. These claims and counterclaims were disposed of by the court without a jury. J & J Electric and United Pacific appeal from a judgment entered in favor of Moen against them for $110,907.74 plus costs. United Pacific appeals from the summary judgment dismissing its claim against the architects and engineers.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 19 November 1973
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 22 Pages
- Language: English