Blogs

Employee Background Check FCRA compliance

The Federal Trade Commission has updated guidance for compliance with the Federal Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) when doing background checks on a new hire.

Below is some background info and here is the link to the full pdf https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/background-checks-what-employers-need-know?utm_source=govdelivery

Foreclosures for Creditors NC

If you are a creditor, whether a bank, seller-financing, or other with a deed of trust on property AND you have a borrower/debtor who is behind on payments, then the time is now to begin the foreclosure on the property securing the note.

At Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Otis, LLP, our attorneys have handled numerous foreclosures for clients, including transactions that involve UCC asset sales.

Foreclosures begin with a Notice of Default letter giving the borrower time to cure.

Lawyer Weekly: Bill to Repeal Map Act NC

Republican lawmakers are working on House Bill 183 to repeal the controversial Map Act. (see link below to Lawyers Weekly article)

The Map Act saves the NC Department of Transportation money. In return it devastates communities and traps property owners for decades.

Rep. Rayne Brown of Davidson County said “I wanted to run this bill two years ago.”

Sen. Joyce Krawiec of Kernersville, Forsyth County, introduced a bill to repeal the Map Act too.

Parties to a Will Contest: the Caveators & Propounders

https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=XBM9JfNaoHA

Video discussing the parties to a Will Contest in North Carolina by Attorney, Kirk Sanders.

If you have an estate litigation matter, call Kirk Sanders at 336-723-7200

For more, see http://www.willcaveat.com

Inverse Condemnation Victory

"Appellate court limits NCDOT’s power to reserve land indefinitely"

http://takingland.com/raleigh-no-inverse-condemnation-victory/

The Raleigh News & Observer reports on this landmark case that was fought by attorney, Matthew Bryant, at Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Oits LLP on behalf of property owners.

1500 sf Office Space For Rent-Downtown Winston-Salem

1,500 sf office unit for rent at 326 Spring Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

$1,600.00 per month

Includes backlit sign facing Broad Street & 4th Street (tenant would be responsible for design)

Existing Telephone System

Copier with scanning capacity

Furnished with desks, filing cabinets, and conference room table, if needed.

Lobby, 7 offices, 2 bathrooms

3 off street parking spaces, convenient curbside parking for customers

Trustee has a duty to give accounting to beneficiaries

I've run into this on occasion, the trustee ignores his duty to give accountings to the beneficiaries of the trust. But the Trustee has a duty to give accountings per the North Carolina General Statutes. For more, see my www.willcaveat.com site article:

http://willcaveat.com/trusts-trustee-in-nc-has-duty-to-give-accounting-nc-attorney/

Call Kirk Sanders for your fiduciary litigation needs. 336-723-7200

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - blogs