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Tag Archives: Construction Law Section
Out with the Old, In With the New A Look at North Carolina’s Future Lien Law in Red, White, and Blue By: Gregory L. Shelton GShelton@HorackTalley.com S42 and H1052 were signed into law on July 2, 2012. Most revisions will not take … Continue reading
Yesterday, I promised you a guided tour of the proposed lien law revisions (HB 489). The proposed changes came about through an effort by the Construction Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association to reach industry consensus on … Continue reading
Let’s get digging. My goal with this blog is to provide useful, interesting, and succinct information to . . . better do this in alphabetical order . . . architects, attorneys, contractors, developers, engineers, owners, subcontractors, and suppliers doing business … Continue reading