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Greg Shelton authors agent-lien summary


Greg Shelton’s article “Construction industry leans in on new N.C. lien-agent law” was published both online and in print by the Charlotte Business Journal. In his June 14 article, Shelton not only explains the importance of understanding the new agent-lien law that went into effect April 1, but also its “hidden lien” origins.

“Under the law, potential claimants must notify a designated lien agent of their participation in a project or risk losing their lien rights if a closing or refinancing occurs.”

View the full article here.



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