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Industry’s eyes are on Cabarrus fee case (access required)

The future of a controversial fee the construction industry is charged to build housing in Cabarrus County will be in the hands of the state Supreme Court next week. On Monday, the court will hear arguments in the case involving ...

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Superior Court judge rules against Matthews real estate broker (access required)

A state Superior Court judge has ruled against a Matthews real estate broker accused of defending homeowners in foreclosures cases without being authorized to practice law. The ruling, which was handed down in June, is the latest in a string ...

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Experts debate cost to raze 
Myers Park home addition (access required)

A dispute over the remodeling of a million-dollar Charlotte home, which has pitted neighbor against neighbor and already reached the state Court of Appeals once, may come down to a simple bit of algebra: how much demolition and at what ...

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Rentals 
on the radar (access required)

In the past year since Charlotte’s rental ordinance took effect, 643 properties have surpassed the city’s threshold for crime. That means, in theory, that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department officials should have met with the owners of 643 properties, of which 553 ...

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Attorney General Roy Cooper investigates squatter scam

North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper has obtained a court order to stop a group of six people and some trusts from filing fraudulent deeds on foreclosed homes for sale in Raleigh, Wake Forest and Apex. The alleged scam is ...

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