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October 2019 Archives

Liability for construction defects in North Carolina

Each year in North Carolina, people suffer harm because of construction defects. Homeowners may face staggering losses from poor or shoddy construction and architectural design. When construction defects are discovered, property owners have the right to seek legal remedies against the architects, contractors, subcontractors, or engineers who are responsible for the problems.

Qualities you should look for in your health care POA

Perhaps one of the most difficult aspects of creating an estate plan is recognizing that a time may come when you are no longer in control of your circumstances. For example, when you pass away, someone else will take possession of your belongings. However, what happens if you become too ill to speak or to express your wishes with your family or your doctor?

What should I know before buying a foreclosed house?

Buying a foreclosed home can help you save money on the purchase, which is a real plus to real estate investors and house-flippers. However, these transactions are quite different from traditional home sales, and it's important that you enter into the process fully informed. Forbes explains a few things you should expect when buying a foreclosed home

How can I find a good roofing contractor?

Your roof is a vital component of your home, which is why it's so important to find a quality contractor when you need repairs. It can be difficult to make an informed decision, especially when there are so many local contractors to choose from. That's why BobVila.com offers the following tips on how to find a roofing company you can depend on. 

How can you get payment from a business that owes you?

You work hard, and while you may find great satisfaction in your work, you also want to get the pay you deserve for your efforts. When you work with other businesses, such as supplying materials for construction or subcontracting on a project, you may find it part of the job to wait for your pay until those above you get their money. However, what happens when the money never gets down to your end of the supply chain?

What should I do if my tenant stops paying rent?

It can be difficult for landlords when a tenant gets behind on rent. While you want to be understanding about extenuating life circumstances, it's also important that your tenant honors the terms of the lease he or she signed. According to Landlordology.com, the following steps can help you address the issue with as little hassle and stress as possible. 

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