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Last week my boss told me that my administrator couldn't conceive because she had a split uterus and since I pregnant to watch out for her. This week one of our employees is leaving and now I have to take on her job responsibilities which I don't ...
What is your legal question? Have you been threatened?See question
The case has been refiled and I am wondering if the response and documents provided by the Defendant during the prior discovery can still be used in the trial or do I need to ask for the same information and documents again? Your advise will be g...
If you received sworn verification you should be able to use them again. Safe thing to do is send a single discovery request asking if the previous responses were accurate and complete.See question
I am ready to refile. Do I need to send the defendant a demand letter before refiling the case? Thank you for your advise
No, a demand letter is not necessary.See question
I hired a contractor to work on my home. During one of the phases, the contractor sent a sub-contractor to work in my home un-supervised who stole $4500 of personal property. I contacted the police related to the theft. The detective on the cas...
Mr. Harrell's response is correct. The contractor must file and perfect the lien to enforce it. There are 2 types of liens in NC but only the lien on property is relevant to your question. Perfecting a lien is done by filing the lawsuit to enforce it.
There are several ways to "clear" a lien in NC. First, if the contractor fails to perfect the lien within 180 days of the last furnishing of labor or materials the lien authomatically "clears." Second, you can post a cash or surety bond (not recommended with your facts). Third, you can defeat the contractors claim once he files a suit.
You should also know that filing a false lien in North Carolina is a criminal offense.
Subcontractors also have the right to lien your property under certain circumstances but these liens are subrogation liens meaning that if the general contractor had no legitimate claim neither does the subcontractor.
Best advice is to wait 180 days to see if they try and enforce it. If it is fraudulent they won't perfect it.See question
I have been on adderall 20mg 3x a day for 14 years now. Is it legal for my doctor to just up and stop giving it to me? I'm scared what will happen if I don't have it? I have been on this medicine for 14 years. Is there some kind of law that makes ...
There is no law that makes it illegal for a doctor to determine that a prescription is no longer appropriate.See question
Im willing to drive anywhere in NC to find a good lawyer. Iv been told by a former sheriff of over 20 years i havea really good case
What is your case about? Do you mean pro bono or contingency? Pro Bono means you expect free legal services (which are usually a service provided to the indigent in certain circumstances). Contingent means you do not pay a fee but the lawyer is paid a percentage of anything he or she recovers for you. From the limited description, it sounds like you mean contingency.See question
Was terminated from employment because of slander.
You need to provide more information. Did someone slander you? Were you terminated because someone lied about you? What is your question?See question
I can know longer get any sleep because of cars being brought all night. In the daytime car haulers are parked and loaded in front of my home. I know longer can enjoy my home. Can I sue the lot owner and the repo company for alienation of the frui...
Without more information, it is not possible to answer definitively. If the lot is zoned for commercial work, you probably do not have a legitimate cause of action against them but you should present all the facts to a lawyer in your area.See question
It's been over a year and a half ago since the incident and it was dismissed in criminal court. Is there not a statute of limitations on civil claims in NC?”
There are statutes of limitation in civil matters. What do you owe them for? If for legal services, then the contract statute applies. What civil claim are you referring to?See question
House plans are not correct, making the framers have to change dimensions in order to build soundly. The builder did not tell me that the changes would make 2 bedrooms smaller. Now the walls, drywall has been put up and I find out(by myself) that ...
You definitely have claims. It is hard to answer you directly without more information. If the builder determines that the architectural plans (and even more so the engineering) plans are incorrect or unsafe, the correct procedure would be to go back to the engineer for changes.
It is hard to say who is at fault from your description but the contractor should have built to the engineered drawings and, if he couldn't should have told you to take it back to the designer.
How did it get built different than the plans without the follow-up of the architect and/or engineer?See question