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Unlicensed General Contractors in North Carolina

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Property owners frequently have questions about the license requirements on their homes. Some are aware of the $30,000.00 requirement with regard to contractors; that is, that general contractors cannot contract to have ...

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Changes in a Construction Contact Without a Change Order

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Typically, in North Carolina a contractor or subcontractor is obligated to perform under the contract even though performance is more difficult or expensive than anticipated. However, under certain circumstances, a contractor ...

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Payment and Performance Bonds on Public Projects

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Contractors, when looking to assert your lien rights against the general contractor or the owner, it’s important to understand whether this is a private project or a government funded project. Federally funded projects are ...

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Oral and Written Change Orders in Construction Contracts

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Most construction contracts contain a clause allowing for change orders; which makes sense as unforeseen circumstances and changes in preferences invariably arise during a construction project. Courts define change orders as ...

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Construction Issues for Subcontractors where Contractor Has Not Received Funds From The Owner

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It seems that a common statement from general contractors to subcontractors is that they don’t have the money to pay their subs until they receive funds from the owner. Many construction contracts have similar provisions. ...

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Timely Pay for Terminated Employees

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Most employers are aware of the employee at-will doctrine, whereby a worker can be terminated at any time for any reason, other than for a basis which violates state or federal law. Because of this rule, wrongful termination ...

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