Can a convicted felon sign his name on a remodeling contract?

as “owner” of the company he says “he owns” when in fact it's his girlfriend that owns the company. She passes as his “wife”. He signed a remodeling contract in the state of Texas with me, and he has quit the job due to my “lists of things gone wrong”, which made him explode. He says he will get all sorts of “liens, charges,etc against me, the home owner. But, it's his name on the contract, and in Texas as a habitual felon, he can't even own a company. I found out about his background too late.

thats depends on how smart he is and if he can write..

i am sure that even a convicted felon can authorize/negociate a contract(even in texas).. he has paid his debt to society, and is trying to make a living, just like the rest of us..

if you have a problem with his work, then youll want to discuss the matter with your “state contractor licensing board”, and see if they can resolve your issue..

did the building inspector see the work and did it meet his approval?

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