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December 2018 Archives

What are the common causes of construction accidents?

Construction work sites are often filled with safety hazards. If you are a construction worker in North Carolina, you should be aware of these hazards so you can stay safe at work. If you are an employer, then knowing the risks enables you to make a safer workplace for your employees. Construct Connect explains there are some areas that get a lot of attention because they usually cause fatal accidents, but there are other common issues that lead to regular injuries even though they may not be fatal. Knowing about all hazards is important, so here is a look at some of the less talked about issues.

What should I look for in a landlord?

There is a lot of advice for landlords about choosing good tenants, but if you are on the other side of things, you may wonder if there is advice for choosing a good landlord in North Carolina. After all, the landlord of a property really has an effect on your overall living situation.

What are some common contract loopholes?

If you create a contract in North Carolina, you want it to be airtight. Any loopholes could come back to haunt you. According to USA Today, there are a few common loopholes a person may use to get out of a contract with you. In many cases, these loopholes are not in the actual writing of the contract but rather in the formation of the agreement between you and the other person.

Using experts for claims of differing site conditions

Contractors and project owners in North Carolina, know that large undertakings have many moving parts. Contract provisions often identify typical issues, and the methods for handling them. This is especially true when discussing site conditions. The contract should also address procedures for communicating and documenting unforeseen circumstances. When issues occur outside the contract parameters, there are several alternatives, innovative solutions, and cost-effective methods to avoid the cost and expense of litigation.

What obligations do landlords have in North Carolina?

Whether you're a renter or the owner of a property, it's important to know who is responsible for what in a leasing situation. While tenants are beholden to the terms contained within the lease, landlords also have quite a few obligations according to the law. In this case, the North Carolina Consumers Council offers the following information.  

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