Article Date: 12/04/2015


Leased Equipment Could Be “New” Despite Prior Start-Ups


Prior start-ups of leased equipment represented to be “new” did not necessarily violate the subcontractor/lessor’s representation. In any event, the operational shortcomings complained of by the contractor did not relate to age or prior use. The contractor was not justified in refusing to make payment under the lease agreement.

 

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