Waivers of implied warranty strengthened for condo, home builders in Illinois

In two recent builder-friendly decisions, the First District and Supreme Court of Illinois have ruled that the standard conspicuous waiver of the implied warranty of habitability found in most builders’ sales agreements: 1) is effective even where not verbally “called-out” to or initialed by the buyer; and 2) binds both the buyer of a new home and all subsequent purchasers of the home.     Read the article…………..


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