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Dismissal with Prejudice - Flooring Subcontractor Sued by General Contractor
Mathew K. Hargrave


BVH's investigation determined that the general contractor had not conducted its own investigation into exaclty what work was performed by which contractor before bringing in the flooring contractor it believed to have been involved with the work at issue.  BVH moved to dismiss with prejudice pursuant to 2-619 and with supporting documentation, and sought sanctions pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 137.  As a result, the Third Party Plaintiff aquiesced to a dismissal with prejudice of its Third Party Complaint and also agreed to Rule 304(a) language in the Dismissal Order.