The experienced construction litigators at Richard L. Robertson and Associates, P.A. continue to achieve excellent results for their materials suppliers and subcontractor clients.
A client of the Firm brought an action against several defendants relating to a multimillion dollar data center upgrade at the IBM campus in Research Triangle Park.
Lee Robertson, an attorney in the Firm’s construction litigation group obtained a judgment for breach of contract, unjust enrichment and foreclosure on a claim of lien on funds for $112,662.61, plus attorneys’ fees of more than $6,000.
Results like these are why subcontractors and materials suppliers to commercial projects continue to work with Richard L. Robertson and Associates, P.A.
As always, it is important that immediately upon entering a contract to supply materials or services to a project that our clients contact our attorneys to ensure they have taken all the necessary steps to protect themselves and their rights under North Carolina law.
North Carolina law strictly enforces a 120-day deadline to file a claim of lien on real property and a 180-day deadline to bring suit to foreclose the lien. Failure to adhere to these deadlines can be fatal to a subcontractor’s ability to foreclose a lien on real property.