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Eviction for tenants and landlords

Although eviction of a tenant from a rented property may appear to be something that can be accomplished in a matter of days, it is actually a process that can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months. How long a person has to vacate in North Carolina depends on several factors, including whether the eviction is with cause.

How to protect against an eviction

Landlords in North Carolina and throughout the nation have the right to evict a tenant for a variety of reasons. However, tenants who are facing eviction have defenses against an attempt to remove them from a home or apartment. For instance, a tenant may assert that he or she wasn't given sufficient notice prior to being evicted or that an eviction notice wasn't delivered properly.

Design issues are a leading cause of construction disputes

Construction disputes in North Carolina and around the country are most often rooted in changes made to a project after work has begun, according to an international consulting firm. HKA's latest CRUX Insight report, which was published on Nov. 29, is based on an analysis of 700 construction projects with combined budgets of about $1 trillion. The firm noticed that disagreements between contractors and their clients over design-related issues have now become as common as contract disputes.

What to consider before signing a construction contract

A well-drafted construction contract in North Carolina will include the price for the work and the terms of payment. Foreseeable risks should also be addressed to protect both parties. It's important for everyone involved in the agreement to understand exactly what they are committing themselves to because once it's signed, the contract usually cannot be changed.

Learn more about construction contract disputes

Few things can derail home remodeling projects or grind commercial development projects to a halt like construction contract disputes. When these disputes arise, time is wasted, which means money is wasted. To get the best results when dealing with a construction contract dispute, you should protect your interests.

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