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Raleigh Defective Construction and Repair Attorney – Wake County Construction Law Firm

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With construction of new homes on the rise in the areas surrounding Raleigh like Wake Forest, Morrisville, and Apex (as well as surrounding counties like Johnston, Franklin, Granville, Chatham and Lee Counties) along with ...

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Proper Placement of Construction Liens on Homeowner or Developer Property by Raleigh Subcontractors

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As of April 1, 2013, North Carolina Gen. Stat. § 44A-23 – the statute that sets forth the manner in which subcontractors can exercise lien rights on lien property – has been modified. In our first blog on this amendment, ...

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Construction Site Accidents and the Completed and Accepted Doctrine

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Most responsible contractors work hard to make construction sites safe, but there are also those contractors that are more worried about the bottom line than safety. The negligence of these few subcontractors can leave ...

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Raleigh Construction Accident Injury Attorneys

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Construction sites are dangerous places. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that there are approximately 150,000 instances of a construction accident injury each year. In some circumstances, the injured party is a ...

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Unenforceable Contract Clauses for Contractors, Subcontractors, and other Business Litigation Disputes

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Certain clauses in breach of contract matters, particularly in construction agreements, have been found to be per se illegal under North Carolina law. It is important for business owners, general contractors, and individuals ...

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Protection Against Unlicensed Raleigh Construction Contractors

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Homeowners in Raleigh, Cary, Holly Springs and the rest of the Triangle have faced damage from this year’s tornado, hurricanes, and other severe weather.  There are many home repair contractors seeking to do construction ...

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Retainage in North Carolina Public Construction Projects

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In public construction projects, subcontractors occasionally have trouble receiving payment from general contractors who blame a failure to pay on the amount of retainage retained by the owner. Retainage is payment withheld ...

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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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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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Liens on Funds in Construction Law

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Contractors and property owners, understanding lien rights is pivotal to handling disputes on construction work from additions to your home to larger commercial builds. We’ve discussed liens on property in previous posts, ...

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