A Builder Who Opts out of Right to Repair Act's Prelitigation Procedures in Favor of its Own Contractual Prelitigation Procedures is Not Subject to the Act's Disclosure Requirements

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The California Court of Appeal holds that a builder who opts out of the nonadversarial prelitigation procedures set forth in California's Right to Repair Act in favor of its own contractoral nonadvesarial prelitigation procedures is not required to comply with the disclosure requirements of the Act.

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