I didn't look that hard, but I don't see anything right. What a total hack. It is even made worse by saying the inspector willl not see some of it. Makes it sounds like they knew it was not right, but what the heck, I am not going to get caught.
Answers based on the National Electrical Code. Local amendments may apply. Check with your local building officials.
An LB is not allowed in an enclosed wall, and it is not properly connected to the enclosure.
Is it really true that the LB is not allowed in the enclosed wall? I had even questioned him about that!
Buzz: There is a permit: I pulled it owner builder, but decided to hire a licensed electrician because everyone got me scared about doing electrical work myself. I've been doing everything else myself: and there have definitely been mistakes, but it is so frustrating when you pay someone who is supposed to know what they are doing and they screw up. I did check his license online, and it appears to be valid.