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Govt. officials battle ‘epidemic’ targeting Charlotte-area homes

On June 1, a real estate agent was showing a house to a couple in the Union County town of Weddington. While the couple checked out the basement of the house in the 1000 block of Antioch Woods Lane, two ...

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In their buildings and locations, law firms portray their professional messages and personal styles (access required)

Some lawyers like to be close to the courthouse. Others like to be as far away as possible from a necktie. Some want the prestige of a tall building in the middle of a city’s commercial district. Others prefer the ...

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Lots of jawing over teeth-whiteners but not much enforcement (access required)

The math is coldly convincing. A person having a teeth-whitening treatment can spend between $300 and $700 at a dentist’s office, or between $100 and $150 with a nondentist, according to a Federal Trade Commission complaint filed in opposition to ...

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FTC, dental board tussle may land in highest court (access required)

As the collision between the Federal Trade Commission and the North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners unfolds in legal slow motion, Ron Haynes sells teeth-whitening supplies and insists he doesn’t understand the fuss. It’s a fuss that is taking two ...

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HOAs get the blues over bill affecting dues (access required)

House Bill 183 could be the Big Bad Wolf to homeowners’ associations across the state, the final blow to their power. The bill would ban the associations from filing for foreclosure on a home solely for unpaid homeowners’ association dues. ...

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