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A Check is a Check is A Check…

Most of us are accustomed to treating bank checks – whether we call them cashier’s checks or certified checks – as substantially different from personal checks. And in many respects, they are different – when someone has gone to the trouble to get a check from their bank, you can usually be pretty confident that the check will be honored. In one very important way, however, they are exactly the …Read More

Spousal Guarantees | Raleigh Law Firm

Obviously, creditors would like to obtain as much security as possible prior to making a loan, but it is also important to keep in mind the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA). For anyone not familiar with the ECOA, it is a federal law that prohibits lenders from discriminating against borrowers based on their race, religion, national origin, sex, or marital status. So, in what instances may a creditor obtain a …Read More

Protecting the Corporate Form in North Carolina | Raleigh Law Firm

The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently issued a decision regarding piercing the corporate veil, which reiterated that under North Carolina’s “instrumentality rule” an owner of a corporation or limited liability company can be held liable for the debts of the company, even if he or she is found not to have engaged in any wrongdoing individually. In Estate of Hurst v. Moorehead I, LLC, et. al., the Court upheld …Read More

Understanding What You Sign | Raleigh Law Firm

Failing to carefully review a legal document can be expensive – in one recent case, it cost a homeowner $7,000. In the summer of 2011, a satellite dish installer broke a water line at a Mecklenburg County, North Carolina residence. The resulting damage to the property was significant, and the homeowner submitted a claim with the installer’s insurance agent. After initially receiving $7,000 from the insurance company in partial payment …Read More

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