Consumer Protection Violations Lodged Against Howard Co. Home Builder
HOWARD COUNTY, MD — A Howard County home builder has been billed with shopper security violations by Maryland Lawyer Basic Brian Frosh. In accordance to Frosh, Finish Werks Corp. and Finish Werks Custom Builders, Inc. and their principal, William Karl Woodward, of Howard County, have failed to comply with the Customer Defense Act, New Houses Deposits Act and the Custom Property Security Act.
Frosh pointed out that Finish Werks recognized hundreds of dollars from buyers who contracted with the firms for the development of tailor made homes in Maryland but unsuccessful to complete building of those people homes. The rates point out that Woodward and Finish Werks violated the legal guidelines protecting new property purchasers in Maryland by, among the other factors, breaching the rely on made for the advantage of the consumer, misappropriating the dollars paid by buyers to Finish Werks, building false and misleading statements, and failing to condition product details.
The costs also point out that End Werks and their principal unsuccessful to involve necessary disclosures in the contracts with shoppers and bundled provisions inconsistent with needed disclosures.
A listening to on the statement of charges towards Finish Werks and Woodward will consider position Aug. 29 at 9:30 a.m. at the Business of Administrative Hearings.
The Attorney General’s Office encourages homebuyers to test whether or not or not their builder is registered by calling or browsing www.marylandattorneygeneral.go….