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The Law Offices of [redacted] A Professional Corporation [redacted] - Telecopier [redacted] Fort Worth, Texas ***October 16, 2017Via email: [redacted] and first class mail [redacted] Revdex.com Corporate Office*** [redacted] ***RE: ID [redacted] Complaint by [redacted] Dear [redacted] :I represent Stoneybrook Investments, LLC d/b/a Stoneybrook Remodeling and Roofing, LLC(“Stoneybrook”), with respect to the complaint submitted by [redacted] for a bathroomremodeling project at her home in Arlington, Texas.At the outset, the complaint appears to be filed in the wrong location since the property whichis the subject of Ms***’s complaint is located in Tarrant County, TexasPlease provideinformation about the transfer of this matter to Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, since all relevantwitnesses, documents and other evidence are located in Tarrant County, Texas.My client was hired by Ms [redacted] to remodel a bathroomThe estimate for the remodel was$9,900.00, but Ms [redacted] was not able to immediately start the remodeling due to an out of town tripthat she had plannedAfter Stoneybrook client received a deposit of $4,500.00, Ms [redacted] placedseveral restrictions and limitations on the projectMs [redacted] ordered granite countertop and othermaterials which required my client to transport and store while the project was on holdMy clientalso paid monies to subcontractors at the start of the project.Thereafter, Ms [redacted] solicited at least one of Stoneybrooks’ subcontractor to takeover theproject and finish the projectThe subcontractor g**e a lower estimate to complete the remodel forMs***Despite that some work had been already been done by Stoneybrook and itssubcontractors, Ms [redacted] demanded return of the entire deposit and refused to allow Stoneybrook(using another subcontractor) to complete the work.In short, Ms [redacted] breached the agreement and interfered with my client’s agreements withits sub-contractors, including the subcontractor which she hired to complete the project.Letter to [redacted] October 16, 2017Page 2If you have additional questions regarding this matter, please let me know.Sincerely, [redacted] Attorney for Defendants**

The Law Offices of [redacted] A Professional Corporation [redacted] - Telecopier [redacted] Fort Worth, Texas ***October 16, 2017Via email: [redacted] and first class mail [redacted] Revdex.com Corporate Office [redacted] ***RE: ID [redacted] Complaint by [redacted] Dear [redacted] :I represent Stoneybrook Investments, LLC d/b/a Stoneybrook Remodeling and Roofing, LLC(“Stoneybrook”), with respect to the complaint submitted by [redacted] for a bathroomremodeling project at her home in Arlington, Texas.At the outset, the complaint appears to be filed in the wrong location since the property whichis the subject of Ms***’s complaint is located in Tarrant County, TexasPlease provideinformation about the transfer of this matter to Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, since all relevantwitnesses, documents and other evidence are located in Tarrant County, Texas.My client was hired by Ms [redacted] to remodel a bathroomThe estimate for the remodel was$9,900.00, but Ms [redacted] was not able to immediately start the remodeling due to an out of town tripthat she had plannedAfter Stoneybrook client received a deposit of $4,500.00, Ms [redacted] placedseveral restrictions and limitations on the projectMs [redacted] ordered granite countertop and othermaterials which required my client to transport and store while the project was on holdMy clientalso paid monies to subcontractors at the start of the project.Thereafter, Ms [redacted] solicited at least one of Stoneybrooks’ subcontractor to takeover theproject and finish the projectThe subcontractor g**e a lower estimate to complete the remodel forMs***Despite that some work had been already been done by Stoneybrook and itssubcontractors, Ms [redacted] demanded return of the entire deposit and refused to allow Stoneybrook(using another subcontractor) to complete the work.In short, Ms [redacted] breached the agreement and interfered with my client’s agreements withits sub-contractors, including the subcontractor which she hired to complete the project.Letter to [redacted] October 16, 2017Page 2If you have additional questions regarding this matter, please let me know.Sincerely, [redacted] Attorney for Defendants**

The Law Offices of *** *** ***A Professional Corporation*** *** *** ** *** *** *** *** *** *** - Telecopier*** Fort Worth, Texas ***October 16, 2017Via email: ***and first class mail*** ***Revdex.com Corporate Office***
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*** ** ***RE: ID ***Complaint by *** ***Dear *** ***:I represent Stoneybrook Investments, LLC d/b/a Stoneybrook Remodeling and Roofing, LLC(“Stoneybrook”), with respect to the complaint submitted by *** *** for a bathroomremodeling project at her home in Arlington, Texas.At the outset, the complaint appears to be filed in the wrong location since the property whichis the subject of Ms***’s complaint is located in Tarrant County, TexasPlease provideinformation about the transfer of this matter to Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, since all relevantwitnesses, documents and other evidence are located in Tarrant County, Texas.My client was hired by Ms*** to remodel a bathroomThe estimate for the remodel was$9,900.00, but Ms*** was not able to immediately start the remodeling due to an out of town tripthat she had plannedAfter Stoneybrook client received a deposit of $4,500.00, Ms*** placedseveral restrictions and limitations on the projectMs*** ordered granite countertop and othermaterials which required my client to transport and store while the project was on holdMy clientalso paid monies to subcontractors at the start of the project.Thereafter, Ms*** solicited at least one of Stoneybrooks’ subcontractor to takeover theproject and finish the projectThe subcontractor g**e a lower estimate to complete the remodel forMs***Despite that some work had been already been done by Stoneybrook and itssubcontractors, Ms*** demanded return of the entire deposit and refused to allow Stoneybrook(using another subcontractor) to complete the work.In short, Ms*** breached the agreement and interfered with my client’s agreements withits sub-contractors, including the subcontractor which she hired to complete the project.Letter to *** ***October 16, 2017Page 2If you have additional questions regarding this matter, please let me know.Sincerely,*** *** *** *** ***Attorney for Defendants**

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[redacted]RE: ID [redacted]Complaint by [redacted]Dear [redacted]:I represent Stoneybrook Investments, LLC d/b/a Stoneybrook Remodeling and Roofing, LLC(“Stoneybrook”), with respect to the complaint submitted by [redacted] for a bathroomremodeling project at her home in Arlington, Texas.At the outset, the complaint appears to be filed in the wrong location since the property whichis the subject of Ms. [redacted]’s complaint is located in Tarrant County, Texas. Please provideinformation about the transfer of this matter to Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, since all relevantwitnesses, documents and other evidence are located in Tarrant County, Texas.My client was hired by Ms. [redacted] to remodel a bathroom. The estimate for the remodel was$9,900.00, but Ms. [redacted] was not able to immediately start the remodeling due to an out of town tripthat she had planned. After Stoneybrook client received a deposit of $4,500.00, Ms. [redacted] placedseveral restrictions and limitations on the project. Ms. [redacted] ordered granite countertop and othermaterials which required my client to transport and store while the project was on hold. My clientalso paid monies to subcontractors at the start of the project.Thereafter, Ms. [redacted] solicited at least one of Stoneybrooks’ subcontractor to takeover theproject and finish the project. The subcontractor g**e a lower estimate to complete the remodel forMs. [redacted]. Despite that some work had been already been done by Stoneybrook and itssubcontractors, Ms. [redacted] demanded return of the entire deposit and refused to allow Stoneybrook(using another subcontractor) to complete the work.In short, Ms. [redacted] breached the agreement and interfered with my client’s agreements withits sub-contractors, including the subcontractor which she hired to complete the project.Letter to [redacted]October 16, 2017Page 2If you have additional questions regarding this matter, please let me know.Sincerely,[redacted]Attorney for Defendants**

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