Consumers Cannot Waive Chapter 93A Liability for a Building Code Violation

2017-01-13T17:12:42+00:00 January 19th, 2016|Categories: James Peloquin, Litigation|

The Massachusetts Appeals Court has ruled that a consumer cannot waive a contractor’s liability for a building code violation that also violates the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act, so-called Chapter 93A. In Downey v. Chutehall Construction Co., Ltd., 14-P-1062 (January 6, 2016), the defendant contractor had installed a rubber membrane roof in violation of the Massachusetts