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 continued refurbishment to older homes (for example in the ITB section of Raleigh), it is important for North Carolina homeowners to […]

Subcontractor Rights to Exercise a Lien Waiver

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 impact of a lien waiver by the general contractor. The current version of the statute eliminates […]

Sovereign Immunity under North Carolina Law

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 from damages for certain types of conduct. This means that even if you are injured or sustain serious financial loss due to the negligence of […]