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North Carolina Law Amended on Subcontractor Rights After Executed Lien Waivers by General Contractor

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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 slightly. One change relates to the ...

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Lawsuits against Cities and Counties | Sovereign Immunity under North Carolina Law

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Just like corporations, governmental entities can be responsible for mistakes that cause serious personal injury, property damage, or financial loss. Regrettably, governmental entities in North Carolina are by default immune ...

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Subrogation Lawsuits by Homeowner’s Insurance Companies Against North Carolina Construction Contractors

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Homeowner’s insurance policies provide coverage for a wide range of “occurrences,” including: fires, collapsing roofs, water damage from burst pipes, and other incidents which require thousands of dollars to remediate. ...

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Wake County Construction Lawyer – Successor Liability Against Shut-Down and Dissolved Small Businesses

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In the construction industry it is fairly common to see subcontractors, general contractors, or builders shut their corporate entity down, only to emerge shortly thereafter as a new entity performing the exact same tasks, ...

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Raleigh Construction Attorney: Collecting After Lien Period Has Expired

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Many contractors, sub-contractors and other construction businesses are aware of the 120 day rule regarding construction liens, which the firm has previously blogged about here, but a failure to lien within 120 days from the ...

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North Carolina Attorney for Wrongful Death Construction Accident

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Construction site accidents are an unfortunate but relatively common occurrence in North Carolina. In many of these accidents, the injured party is an employee of one of the contractors. If the employee only suffers minor ...

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Delays in Construction Contracts: Wake County Construction Litigation Attorney

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In North Carolina residential and commercial construction contracts, it is extremely common for there to be frustration stemming from delays in the performance under the contract.  In construction litigation, “time is ...

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Raleigh Small Business Civil Litigation Attorney

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The Raleigh civil litigation attorneys of Maginnis Law represent a variety of small to medium size businesses. The law firm’s clients include companies involved in construction, staffing, international trade, automobile ...

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Subcontractor Recovery Against Surety on Payment Bond

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Subcontractors on public projects and some private projects may be able to look past the general contractor, first tier sub-contractor, or even the developer who fails to make required payments under their construction ...

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Raleigh Construction Attorney – Insurance Recovery Under CGL Policy for Property Damage After Faulty Workmanship

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Homeowners, building owners, general contractors, and sub-contractors often hope to rely on commercial general liability policies to protect everyone from problems with faulty construction work or materials.  Although ...

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