RE: [World] Fabricating a waiver for pre-existing scratches

Date Mon, 5 Dec 2005 08:13:58 -0800


From: addressis@removed [mailto:addressis@removed On Behalf Of Gary Mauer
Sent: Monday, December 05, 2005 7:28 AM
To: addressis@removed
Subject: RE: [World] Fabricating a waiver for pre-existing scratches

>>>With the waiver and a confidant attitude on the part of the window cleaner there should be no doubt they were scratched by other than window cleaner. -- Norm Winton<<<
The waiver won't keep anyone from believing the window cleaner was incompetent.
Also - ironically enough - a little forensic work on the part of the builder could prove that the damage occurred when the glass was cleaned.
Would it be possible for a window to be scratched by concrete worker as he knocks off a hunk of concrete, then when painter comes around he adds a few scratches with sandpaper then window cleaner scratches again as he is removing concrete and doing final cleanup.
Doing a little forensic work could the builder prove who did which scratches?
Norman L. Winton Sr.
Vancouver, WA, USA