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Certain building issues can lead to a construction dispute

When planning a construction project in North Carolina and throughout the United States, the obvious goal is to have it completed as planned. Unfortunately, there are often challenges that come up during and after the project. This can lead to a construction dispute and potential litigation. Understanding common construction defects that can warrant a legal filing is important.

Protect your business when employees suffer work-related injuries

Of course, you want to do what you can to keep your employees safe, but you also know that working in the construction industry comes with numerous serious and potentially fatal hazards. You expect at least some injuries to occur while hoping that everyone goes home safe and sound at the end of the workday.

A landlord's responsibility to maintain a unit

One of the potential benefits of renting an apartment in North Carolina is that the landlord is responsible for maintaining it. For instance, a landlord could be required to replace carpets that are stained, torn or have reached the end of their useful lives. Typically, carpets used in rental units are expected to last for about five years. Residents who have pets are often expected to put up with stains or other imperfections their carpets may have.

What to know about evictions

Renters in North Carolina generally have rights that prevent landlords from evicting them without cause. Tenants who receive an eviction notice will typically have the opportunity to remedy whatever problem that led to the notice being sent. For instance, an individual may be allowed to get current on rental payments or relocate an animal that isn't supposed to live with the tenant. However, there are circumstances in which a tenant can send an unconditional quit notice.

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