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Construction Lien Law in North Carolina

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Date Published

March 11, 2021


Mecklenburg County Bar


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Learn the basics as well as nuanced strategy for tackling lien issues on construction projects, including how liens can be used to efficiently collect payment and how to protect the interests of the owner

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Allen L. West
Hamilton Stephens Steele + Martin, PLLC

Allen is a seasoned litigator practicing law in both North Carolina and South Carolina, focused primarily in the areas of... Read More

Carl J. Burchette
Rosenwood, Rose & Litwak, PLLC

Carl concentrates his law practice on general civil and commercial litigation, with a special focus in construction and... Read More

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