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New Jersey takes action
Thursday, 18 January 2007

Keansburg home-improvement contractor sued by the state
A Keansburg-based home-improvement contractor has been sued by New Jersey for allegedly operating without being registered and failing to complete projects after being paid by home owners, state authorities said today. The Shademaster, which does also does business as Renovation Experts, and its owner, Carmine Annunziata, were sued in Superior Court in Monmouth County. The lawsuit says the company violated the state's Consumer Fraud Act.

Keansburg home-improvement contractor sued by the state
Posted by the Asbury Park Press on 01/18/07

BY MICHAEL L. DIAMOND
BUSINESS WRITER

A Keansburg-based home-improvement contractor has been sued by New Jersey for allegedly operating without being registered and failing to complete projects after being paid by home owners, state authorities said today.

The Shademaster, which does also does business as Renovation Experts, and its owner, Carmine Annunziata, were sued in Superior Court in Monmouth County. The lawsuit says the company violated the state's Consumer Fraud Act.

The state alleged the company and its owner:
-- Performed home-improvement work without being registered with the Division of Consumer Affairs.
-- Attempted to obtain a construction permit from a municipality by misrepresenting that it filed an application to register with the state.
-- Started home-improvement work without obtaining the required permits.

The Contractors' Registration Act, enacted by the state about a year ago, requires home-improvement contractors to register with the Division of Consumer Affairs. The goal is to protect homeowners against shoddy contractors, which has been the biggest source of consumer complaints with the state.

Annunziata, 48, of Keansburg, denied the allegations. He said he applied to register with the state and has a canceled check to prove it. And he said the lawsuit was the result of a nearly two-year-old dispute he's had with the state.

Michael L. Diamond: (732) 643-4038 or This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
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