Disputes over real property are often bitter. Such conflicts can involve neighbors and relatives. In WNC, property boundary lines can be decades old and exact locations are confused or forgotten. Right of ways and rights to use of roads can affect land use and location of buildings and improvements. Riparian, or water rights, mineral rights, logging rights and even the rights to views or light can lead to disputes or litigation. James Lloyd has 20 plus years of history handling these disputes and can provide you the guidance and representation you need.
Our businesses and livelihoods are based on contracts, franchise agreements, employment agreements, partnership agreements, construction contracts, contracts for goods and services... the list could go on and on. If you need a contract prepared or reviewed, or if you are in a contact dispute, arbitration or litigation, we can provide the legal assistance you need.
Our attorneys have been serving the legal needs of Condominium and Homeowner Associations since 1993. As a result of representing a large number of Home Owner Associations, Condominium Associations, and Planned Communities ; our attorneys have acquired extensive knowledge of the NC Condominium Act, the NC Planned Community Act, and the NC Nonprofit Corporation Act this allows our lawyers to answer most Associations' questions immediately. Experienced lawyers provide: interpretation or amendment of your current Declaration, Bylaws, and Rules and Regulations; assistance in enforcing restrictions, fines or the collection of assessments; preparation of easements to accommodate needs of disabled residents; legal assistance with the claims of lien and foreclosure actions by Associations; and general counsel as to the operation and property management of your community.
Our attorneys represent contractors, sub-contractors, and owners with construction related issues. The law firm drafts and counsels its clients regarding the construction process, and if necessary, will zealously represent its clients in court. Attorney James Lloyd has practiced in this field for over two decades. He is also a former member of the Advisory Council to the North Carolina Bar Association's Construction Section.