My understanding is that Ch. 25 governs Contracts for "Goods", but services aren't mentioned. Aside from common law, I cannot find governing statutes. I'm specifically looking for "enforcement". Thanks so much.
You didn't mention what kind of services are involved. In general "services" are merely personal obligations to perform some duty promised in a contract. Goods has to do with the delivery of tangible items of personal property.
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Mr. Elie is correct. Also, note that Chapter 25 is North Carolina's version of the Uniform Commercial Code. Article 2 deals with contracts for the sale of goods...and does not cover "services."
There is no general statutory scheme in North Carolina, however, there are various statutes that may cover various services. As Mr. Elie pointed out, we need to know what services you mention to see if there are statutes that cover it...otherwise only the common law would apply.
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