Member of Parliament Paul Buchanan has expressed disappointment at a lawsuit filed by Mavado over a house that he was contracted to construct on behalf of the dancehall artiste.
Hype Life Magazine understands that Buchanan, who is a developer, will be pushing to hand over the title and the four-storey house to the entertainer within three months’ time.
Buchanan, who recently gave media reporters a tour of the house, said that the only things preventing the handing-over of the house is an incomplete retaining wall, installment of a sewer system, and completion of a driveway.
“Going to work this out amicable, because it’s not like the house isn’t built,” said Buchanan who is a member of the ruling People’s National Party.
“I will be talking to Mavado to work out the matter.”
“There is not an issue for him to get his title,” Buchanan reiterated.
Mavado, whose real name is David Brooks, via his attorney Tamika Harris, filed suit in the Supreme Court claiming breach of contract regarding the house which was required to be completed by December 2010. The attorney also sought damages for breach of contract and interest.
On Monday, Buchanan reported that the artiste has some obligations he needs to meet, but said he’s willing to resolve the matter.
He also explained that the work had taken this long to complete because he didn’t undertake the project, which include several other units, through a loan from the bank.
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