UPDATE: As of 2/3/2016, the NC DOT has confirmed the “Orange Route” as the approved path to complete the I-540 project. Visit our resource: “THE ORANGE ROUTE IS APPROVED FOR WAKE COUNTY’S I-540 “SOUTHERN LOOP” for more information.
The answer to this question is YES! If you have been served with an Order to Show Cause regarding your child support obligation, you could be found guilty of criminal contempt.
Are you an employer? If so, non-compete agreements are most likely a part of your company. Many companies have their employees sign them in the event that they leave or are dismissed. If you are an employer, be sure that your non-compete agreements are enforceable.
Did you know that the majority of hunting and trapping violations in North Carolina involve baiting? The definition of baiting differs depending on the type of game being hunted. With hunting seasons right around the corner, be sure to know what the rules are and how they apply to you. Read more on our blog!
What Jane had not understood was that the Workers’ Comp carrier had filed an answer to her notice of accident with the North Carolina Industrial Commission and accepted her wrist injury but had only agreed to pay for her back treatment without prejudice to their right to decline to accept that injury as part of her claim.
Another important aspect of your Living Will is that you can make a determination in writing as to whether you want artificial hydration or artificial nutrition to remain in place if it will extend your life.
You have been hurt in an automobile accident and it is not your fault. What are you entitled to recover?
To initiate a guardianship proceeding, one would have to file a petition with the Special Proceedings Division in Superior Court. The Clerk of Superior Court is the judge in guardianship proceedings.
A PJC is the acronym for a Prayer for Judgment Continued. A PJC is most commonly requested in traffic related offenses such as speeding offenses, red light tickets and other types of Chapter 20 motor vehicle violations.
No matter how your property is being used today, as farmland, open space, or even residential use, North Carolina law requires it be valued for eminent domain purposes based upon its highest and best use.