Suing Contractors or Designers when you have no contract with them: NC law on state projects

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Can a contractor on a North Carolina state construction project be sued by someone with whom he has no contract? What about designers—can they be sued by contractors on state projects? The answer to both questions is a resounding yes. This article discusses multi-prime contracts, privity, and the statutory authority to sue parties you are not in privity with on state projects.

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