Seven Things You Need to Know About the Proposed Mechanic’s Lien Revisions Filed in the N.C. General Assembly on May 22, 2012

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Legislation revising North Carolina's mechanic's lien law was filed in both the House and Senate sides of the N.C. General Assembly on May 22, 2012.

While not the ambitious rewrite that members of the construction bar and real property bar had envisioned when the process of revising the statutory scheme began a few years ago, the pending legislation would make several important changes to existing mechanic's lien law, while leaving a couple other significant issues for future legislative effort.

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