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A closer look at how construction disputes are caused

If you are preparing for a big project and need to begin putting contracts into place with construction agencies you have negotiated with, chances are you have already started to discuss what preventative measures can be put into place to avoid costly disputes. At Triangle Law Group, we have helped many North Carolina construction companies to work through difficult contract challenges. 

What Should I Know as a Landlord in North Carolina

If you own rental property in North Carolina, it's vital that you're aware of your rights and responsibilities. Remaining in compliance with local laws and statutes is crucial, especially if you experience an issue with tenants. The North Carolina Real Estate Commission answers some frequently asked questions regarding landlord and tenant issues that may occur in the state.

Looking into some benefits of eviction

For landlords and tenants, eviction can be an incredibly sensitive subject that causes a great deal of stress. On the one hand, a landlord may feel uneasy about telling a tenant that they have to leave, while a tenant who receives an eviction notice may be unsure of where they are going to live or how the eviction will affect their future. However, there are times when it becomes necessary to evict a tenant, for one reason or another. On this blog, we have discussed some of the reasons why eviction may become necessary, but it is also important to go over some of the advantages of eviction.

Options for pursuing a refund for shoddy home repairs

After you saved enough money or bit the bullet and took out a home improvement loan, you got estimates for the renovations and repairs you needed and hired the contractor who offered the best deal. Months later, your money is gone with the contractor, and you are less than satisfied with the final product. Perhaps the work is substandard, or maybe the contractor didn't even complete the work he or she agreed to in the contract.

Construction contract basics

North Carolina contractors who accept or are awarded projects no doubt are eager to get started on the work. However, before anything is done, they should take the time to create a clear contract with their customers. This may well benefit both parties and hopefully prevent problems later on. If a problem does arise, however, the construction contract may help to direct a resolution.

Grounds for eviction in North Carolina

The hope of every rental property owner in Raleigh is that his or her relationship with tenants remains amicable. However, if one does happen to sour, the question then becomes when is a landlord within his or her rights to evict? One cannot simply evict a tenant over matters such as personality conflicts; rather, he or she must have legitimate grounds. Those guidelines are established by state law. 

Construction disputes may involve environmental concerns

Protecting and healing the environment are two of the biggest concerns when it comes to power consumption and construction. In North Carolina and elsewhere, politicians, activists and the general public often worry that developing communities and obtaining domestic sources of fuel will harm the local environment and have a devastating impact on native species and the climate as a whole. Not surprisingly, this may lead to construction disputes.

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