Originally Posted By: sfalvey
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At the request of Nick, I am reposting this on your thread.
I performed a home warranty inspection several months ago. I am going back on Friday, December 2, 2005 to meet with the client, her attorney and the builder. The client is counting on my opinion for what she should go after the builder for to correct or repair.
My question is, how involved do I get and still avoid being sued by the builder. Do I offer my knowledge and experience to the best degree I can with confidence and offer minimal advice in areas that I am not so sure in?
Can the builder sue me for making suggestions/recommendations that the client wants to follow at my advice, if they are above and beyond what he feels is adequate to correct a problem?
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