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March 2013

Summary Ejectment In North Carolina

The question we get asked more often than any other from landlords is, “My tenant is not paying rent – can I change the locks?”  The answer is a resounding “NO!”  This is particularly true with residential tenants, but is also the safest course in commercial leases.  Instead of resorting to “self-help” by changing the locks, the process for evicting a tenant in North Carolina is called summary ejectment, and …Read More

Contracts: To Avoid Risks, Plan, Review and Be Precise

Whether it’s buying a home, applying for credit or accepting a new job, people and businesses are drafting and executing contracts every day. Often, these contracts are not understood by the individuals signing them and perhaps not even read. Even lawyers such as this one have signed (or clicked) without reviewing all of the fine print. Nobody likes reading through all that legalese, but when we enter into agreements that …Read More

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