Civil Litigation Archives - Weaver, Bennett & Bland, PA

Understanding Eminent Domain

A condemnation action, also known as “eminent domain” or “land condemnation,” is the process by which the local, state, or federal government takes ownership of private property for public use. Governments use their power of eminent domain for the construction of greenways, parks, highway widening or other road continuation projects, public transportation projects, water drainage

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5 Rules For Collecting Your Civil Lawsuit Judgment

Congratulations! You won your civil lawsuit and have a judgment, but now what? Winning in court is only half the battle as collecting on a judgment is an entirely different legal proceeding. When you obtain a judgment from a person or business, you become a judgment creditor and the opposing party becomes a judgment debtor.

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How to Collect a Business Debt

Being unable to collect on a business debt or delinquent account is a frustrating experience—the stall tactics, excuses, and false promises of commercial debtors seem to be never-ending.  The business debt collection attorneys at Weaver, Bennett & Bland understand this process, and we aggressively pursue commercial debtors throughout the state of North Carolina.  When you’ve

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8 Types of Real Estate Claims

Buying or selling real estate is a complex process that involves a lot of moving pieces.  Often the transfer of real estate goes off without a hitch—but sometimes, a party’s breach of a real estate purchase or sale contract creates a nightmare scenario.  That’s where the real estate litigation attorneys at Weaver, Bennett & Bland step in. 

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7 Types of Construction Litigation Claims

Our attorneys represent owners, contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, material vendors and, suppliers are all types of disputes arising out of commercial and residential construction projects.  Our lawyers aggressively pursue claims of lien and breach of contract lawsuits, along with claims for breach of express and implied warranties, negligence, misrepresentation, unfair & deceptive practices, and fraud.

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