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What are the elements of a good construction contract?

Avoiding construction contract disputes often begins with crafting a solid construction contract. This is especially important if you are entering into a construction contract to have a house built in North Carolina. You want everything to go as planned and to get the house you envision at the end of the project.

Is your landlord responsible for your injuries?

When you rent an apartment or another type of residential property in North Carolina, you have certain rights. While you must abide by specific terms presented by your landlord in your rental contract, you do have the right to a reasonable expectation of safety, as well as the right to hold your landlord accountable when his or her negligence leads to your injury.

Consider your consideration

Few professional agreements (particularly in the construction industry) are one-sided. There is almost always a promise exchanged between all parties. This why, whenever clients come to us here at The Triangle Law Group with questions regarding disputes with their contracted partners in Raleigh, one of the elements of their cases we review first is that exchange of promises. You go into a contract negotiation fully expecting such an agreement to be mutually beneficial. Without mutual benefits, a contract can often be declared void. 

Minimizing conflict during eviction

For landlords and tenants alike, eviction can be incredibly challenging. Often, people who are dealing with an eviction may encounter uncertainty, feel very stressed out, or even face financial problems. However, there are many different reasons why evictions become necessary, such as a tenant's failure to pay rent. Triangle Law Group knows how difficult eviction can be for landlords and tenants in Raleigh and other North Carolina areas. As a result, we believe it is essential to take steps to minimize conflict during the eviction process.

The importance of renter's insurance

North Carolina residents who rent homes, condominiums or apartments should know the value of having a good renter's insurance policy. Some landlords or property management companies require some level of renter's insurance coverage. However, even when coverage is not required, such protection should not be overlooked.

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