Landlords and tenants alike in North Carolina should know their rights and responsibilities under a rental agreement. While most terms are spelled out in the rental contract, the state has codified some of the basic responsibilities into law.
While Amazon's "Prime Day" resulted in potentially $1 billion in sales, the online retailer has to fulfill millions of orders. This requires work on behalf of fulfillment centers and trucking companies across the country to deliver all of the different forms of merchandise purchased online. Indeed, the notion of using drones to deliver short distance deliveries is trendy, but a large bulk of the merchandise still arrives from manufacturers to fulfillment centers on a truck.
Everyone involved in a construction project in North Carolina must work on a tightly coordinated timetable. Delays happen, though, and as a subcontractor, you could be the one paying the price. According to Construction Executive, you do have ways to shield yourself from any potential consequences of schedule changes and delays.
One of the most important benefits of creating an estate plan is to ensure your final wishes are clear and respected by law. You have likely put a lot of time into considering the elements of your plan. However, perhaps you can't avoid the painful truth that no matter how fair you try to be, some of your potential heirs are likely to raise a fuss, perhaps even dragging your estate through a contentious probate dispute.
If you are a renter in Raleigh, you likely had to hand over a security deposit to your landlord at the time you signed your lease. When you move out, that amount may be returned to you. However, in some situations the landlord may be entitled to keep some or all of it. While every lease is different, here are some common situations where a landlord may not have to return your security deposit.