Vital ‘no set-off’ clause must stay

Despite Richard Brindley’s claims (News August 10), two solicitors specialising in construction law have advised that the ‘no set-off’ clause is fully enforceable in consumer contracts, provided the consumer has the term explained to him and agrees to it beforehand. The regulations specifically provide for this.

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