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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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Problems with Construction Liens in Oral Agreements with Contractors, Subcontractors, Homeowners and Businesses

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Another reason for contractors to have express written contracts in their agreements with homeowners, businesses, general contractors, and subcontractors: Although you still may be able to recover for the work performed, ...

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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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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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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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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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