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Broker’s license suspended for deceiving homeowners (access required)

Geoffrey Lamb says he unintentionally broke the state’s real estate laws while running a foreclosure-relief company in 2008. But the North Carolina Real Estate Commission uses much stronger language to describe what Lamb did as owner of U.S. Consumer Solutions, a Concord company that is no longer in business.

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concerns (access required)


When a state switches to new building code, it can come with headaches. And the 2012 building code did not fail to leave the industry and state scratching their heads. The fuss came from differences in interpretation of 
elevator requirements.

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Shifting laws online puts legal system at risk (access required)

The American Bar Association this month will be asked to endorse a proposed uniform law aiming at new standards for state government websites that host legal materials. The Uniform Electronic Legal Materials Act is proposed by the Uniform Laws Commission to address a trend, still in its infancy, of shuttering public printers and posting laws only online. But shifting an entire system of laws to online-only postings puts our legal system at risk.

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