Your only real choice is to not pay. Until the GC and Contractor can get signoffs you have no obligation to pay. The option the gc has is to get some engineer to sign off without the inspection. You always have to hire a GC you trust.
Thank you Tom, I agree 100% that I do not need to pay. This is my perspective:
General contractor files a claim on the subcontractor's insurance for the cost of the foundation to reimburse their expenses, in turn I dont pay anything for the foundation.
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