N.H. judge grants preliminary injunction in Delaney's case

Bryan Cohen Jul. 2, 2012, 9:12am


CONCORD, N.H. (Legal Newsline) - New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney announced on Thursday that a judge has granted the state's petitions for preliminary injunctive relief and attachment against a Merrimack County-based contractor and his business.

A Merrimack County Superior Court judge granted the petitions against the Bow-based Green Home Energy Systems LLC and Timothy Currier, the company's owner. The New Hampshire Consumer Protection Bureau filed for injunctive relief against Currier and Green Home Energy after receiving multiple consumer complaints about the business.

Currier allegedly received significant deposits from consumers in exchange for roofing and/or other contracting work, but either failed to perform the work or did such a poor job that the work required further repairs.

Currier also allegedly failed to show up for appointments, failed to return multiple calls made to him and his business and, upon being reached, gave multiple excuses as to why he had yet to do the work. Additionally, Currier failed to refund deposits for the work he promised but has yet to perform.

Under the terms of the state's petition for injunctive relief, Currier and Green Home Energy are prohibited from accepting retainers, deposits or any type of advance payment for work.

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