Month: April 2016

Medical Malpractice Caps

In 2011, North Carolina considered a controversial new law that limited or capped the amount of money a jury could use to provide to a person for her damages in certain kinds of lawsuits. N.C. Gen. Stat. § 90-21.19 capped the amount of noneconomic damages a person could receive in a medical malpractice suit to […]

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Private to Public Roads

Usually when a new planned community is build, the developer will build and install the infrastructure of the neighborhood, including the roads. At this time, they, along with all the lots and common areas, are owned by the developer. The developer should also incorporate a homeowner’s association at this time. The developer will then typically […]

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