I'm in California for reference.
I've been working with the kitchen design people at a big box store and they came out and did the measurements. They were paid for by me. We decided on a design after a month or two of delays and after I got a bid I waited on it.
Then I received a “thank you for your order” from said big box store for cabinets. I forwarded the email to the design lady and she said it's an error.
Fast forward, I was called and told by a delivery company that they needed to deliver my cabinets.
They delivered the cabinets and they were unpaid. The invoice shows paid.
They called me, delivered, and I signed.
I did not make this order, I do not have the power to make such order. This was an error by their associate. The order was sent to the manufacturer, who I imagine was paid by the big box store.
Today, a week post delivery- I received an email that states the delivery was an error and they need to send out someone to pick up the cabinets.
My question is not a moral one. My question is, what are my legal rights here?
Does my signing screw me?
Is someone going to show up and harass me?
Will I be sued?
Is over a certain amount of money matter?
I did not ask for this. I did not okay an order.
Thanks for your time.