With winter fast approaching, many in Raleigh are currently ensuring that HVAC systems in their homes are capable of keeping them warm when called upon. When you live in a rental property, that responsibility falls on your landlord. The trouble is that the definition of "comfortable conditions" during the winter months can differ from person-to-person. Given the cost that it takes to keep a structure heated, your landlord may be tempted to only do what they think is minimally necessary to keep you relatively comfortable. This line of thinking has led many tenants to come to us here at the Triangle Law Group complaining that their landlords do not care that they are cold.
Subleasing is a situation where a person renting or leasing commercial property rents all or a portion of the space to a third party. This situation can be quite complex, and issues can easily arise when the right information isn't made available. TheBalance.com goes over a few important details when it comes to subleasing so landlords and tenants remain protected.
There is a legal component to all construction projects that is often overlooked. Even if you feel that a job went off without a hitch, there is a chance that you could face litigation down the line. While you can't always prevent conflicts from occurring, Construction Business Owner recommends the following steps to greatly decrease the chance that issues occur.
Your North Carolina construction company takes pride in its work, and you find satisfaction in building homes where the owners will raise families and make memories. You rely on the recommendations of your satisfied customers to keep your client base growing. When you or your subcontractors face accusations of doing substandard work, your business may falter.
When landlords and tenants enter into a contractual agreement in North Carolina, they often arrange a security deposit in an agreed-upon amount that will be returned to the renters at the close of the contract if certain terms and conditions are met. A tenant's failure to uphold their end of the deal could mean the landlord is able to keep the deposited amount to help in righting whatever wrongs the tenant committed.