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West Virginia Court Holds That Absence of Privity Does Not Bar Suit Against Engineer for Negligence or for Breach of Implied Warranty of Plans and Specifications

Eastern Steel Constructors, Inc. v. The City of Salem 209 W.Va. 392, 549 S.E.2d 266 (2001) The City of Salem entered into a contract with Kanakanui Associates (“Kanakanui”) pursuant to which Kanakanui agreed to provide engineering and architectural services for … Continue reading

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West Virginia Supreme Court Allows Contractor to Sue Engineer for Negligence and Breach of Warranty, but Not as Third-party Beneficiary

Eastern Steel Constructors, Inc. v. City of Salem, No. 28202, 2001 W. Va. LEXIS 3 (W. Va. Feb. 9, 2001) The City of Salem, West Virginia, entered into a contract with Kanakanui Associates pursuant to which Kanakanui was to provide … Continue reading

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