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Just When You Thought General Contractors Were Necessary Parties. . .
Posted on 20 Jan 2015 by Christopher G. Hill

Did you think that a subcontractor had to name a general contractor in a mechanic’s lien suit? I did. Did you think that nothing about this changed in the case where a Virginia mechanic’s lien was “bonded off” pursuant to Va. Code... Read More

North Carolina Mechanic’s Lien Rights: The Short Summary©
Posted on 24 Mar 2015 by Vandeventer Black LLP

By Neil Lowenstein , Attorney, Vandeventer Black LLP [1] Generally speaking, the North Carolina code structure gives two types of liens: 1) a claim of lien on real property; and 2) a claim of lien on funds. Attorney’s fees can also be discretionarily... Read More