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Hunt Const. Grp., Inc. v. Nat'l. Wrecking Corp., No. 08-7059

By FindLaw Staff on November 30, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a suit by a contractor against a defaulting subcontractor and two sureties on the subcontractor's performance bond, summary judgment for sureties is affirmed where, under the agreement, even after declaring a default, plaintiff could have proceeded to remedy the default on its own only after it gave "reasonable notice" to defendants-sureties that it intended to do so, but it gave no such notice.

Read Hunt Const. Grp., Inc. v. Nat'l. Wrecking Corp., No. 08-7059

Appellate Information

Argued September 15, 2009

Decided November 27, 2009


Opinion by Judge Williams


For Appellant:

David T. Dekker, Michael S. McNamara and Laura R. Thomson, Howrey LLP, Washington, DC

For Appellees:

Michael C. Zisa, Stephen M. Seeger and Leonard A. Sacks, Quagliano & Seeger, P.C., Washington, DC

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