United States of America for the use of Miller Proctor Nickolas, Inc.

Memorandum and Order Granting Summary Judgment to Defendant in Miller Act Case


On dueling motions for summary judgment in connection with a $48,500.00 Miller Act claim, the defendant surety was granted summary judgment on the grounds that the plaintiff subcontractor had not timely commenced the action as a matter of law.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 2nd Circuit, New York | United States

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