RALEIGH — North Carolina lawmakers are making it harder to contest their decisions in court by establishing an unprecedented system to hear cases challenging whether laws are constitutional. The state budget legislators approved and Gov. Pat McCrory signed into law last week creates ...Read More »
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RALEIGH – A case that lawyers say could result in limiting the protections provided by standard 10-year new-home warranties – and even longer warranties for homebuilding products – was argued before the N.C. Supreme Court last week. Lawyers in the ...Read More »
RALEIGH — The 2014 elections will go on as planned after North Carolina’s highest court refused to delay them while the justices consider the legality of the most recent version of election districts. The state Supreme Court announced Friday its denial of a ...Read More »
RALEIGH — The validity of North Carolina’s legislative and congressional maps is back in the hands of the state Supreme Court as attorneys argued Monday whether the boundaries comply with federal and state laws and previous court opinions. The court’s seven justices offered ...Read More »
RALEIGH – Willful and wanton negligence will be considered in an N.C. Supreme Court appeal that could affect the pocketbooks of homebuilders, construction product manufacturers and homebuyers – and the warranties that bind them. When lawyers in Christie v. Hartley ...
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