In Dover, Del. a judge rejected Del. lawmaker’s $86,000 dispute award over a home-improvement contract. The arbitration award concerned unpaid work on the home of Rep. Charles Potter Jr., and his wife.
The Potters argue that the work done on their home-improvement project was not done to their satisfaction and an arbitration provision was “unenforceable against Potter because he did not sign a contract.” The case now moves to the Superior Court.