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Managing performance on a construction project is difficult when everything is going smoothly. When the inevitable unexpected event occurs that impacts the planned work or sequence of work it is exponentially more difficult. Contractors and subcontractors are entitled to extensions...
Mediation is a remarkable tool for resolving disputes. Very few cases in North Carolina are tried to juries anymore, in large part because the mediation process is so effective. I was recently in a restaurant that prominently displayed this sign:...
North Carolina General Statute § 1-50(a)(5) provides that “[n]o action to recover damages based upon or arising out of the defective or unsafe condition of an improvement to real property shall be brought more than six years from the later...
The most commonly used general conditions (AIA A201 – 2007) provides that an owner may terminate a construction contract for cause upon seven days written notice. The AIA contract does not provide the contractor with an express right to cure....