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Debt Collection from a Corporation in North Carolina

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There are additional factors that need to be discussed with your Raleigh commercial collection lawyer if your business is owed money by a corporation rather than an individual. Does the company have assets or is it insolvent? ...

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Initiating a Collections Civil Lawsuit – Wage Garnishment in North Carolina

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With the economy still slow, more companies are initiating collections actions for money owed than ever before. When obtaining an attorney for creditor-debtor matters or collections, make sure that you discuss with your ...

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Different Lien Rights for Contractors and Sub-contractors

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Most contractors and sub-contractors understand their ability to file liens against the builder if there are payment issues. But although contractors and sub-contractors both have the ability to file a lien and perfect that ...

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Asserting Statutory Lien Rights for Contractors

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Most general and subcontractors understand the need to put a lien on the property where their work was accomplished in order to protect their right to payment for labor and materials from the land owner or the general ...

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What is an Individual Left With After a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Filing

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A bankruptcy petition under Chapter 7 allows the bankruptcy trustee to liquidate any non-exempt assets of the filing debtor in an effort to pay off the debtor’s creditors. One question that individuals seeking protection ...

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First Law Suit for a Business – Small Claims Court Basics

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I get lots of calls from fledgling business owners facing the prospect of their first civil litigation, which often takes place in the District Court Division – Small Claims, or Small Claims Court. Does one need a business ...

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Bankruptcy for Business Owners Facing Creditor Litigation

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I have business clients who are being sued by their creditors on breach of contract matters for money owed. Invariably, they want to know what their best option is. Is it defending the suit? Is it letting them get a judgment? ...

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Be Wary of Overtime Rules for Salaried Employees

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Most employers understand the need to pay time and a half for hourly workers who work in excess of forty hours per week. However, many people think that salary based employees are exempt from these requirements. Many ...

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