Legal claim made on shaky factual grounds

In 2008 The Moisture Detection Company (MDC) was asked to put together a quotation at the request of a building surveyor on behalf of the owners. They decided not to go ahead with installing the Mdu Probe System and when MDC caught up with them in 2009 they decided to go to High Court to pursue a legal case claiming for the cost of a full reclad – but it is unknown the full extent (or not) of the damage because the Mdu Probes were not installed, so it is possible the defense will demand more information is collected (ie Mdu Probe System) and the value of the redress could be dramatically reduced because the plaintiff did not discover the full extent of the facts before progressing.


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