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September 21, 2016

If you’re a carpenter or other skilled tradesman who often works in construction before getting completely paid, then you’re probably aware that North Carolina has mechanic’s and materialmen’s lien laws.  These laws allow a person or business entity who performed labor improving real property to file a lien against that property if the owner fails to pay for that work.  The lien acts as a cloud on title, frustrating further real property transfers, and ultimately allowing you to foreclose on the property as a means to enforce a judgment.

But as any good construction lawyer knows, there are strict statutory deadlines for filing these liens and for filing lawsuits to enforce them.  In North Carolina, you have 120 days from the date of the...

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