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Asked on: 2/23/11, 6:48 pm

Why in north Carolina dose a construction lien not require a lien amount when filed with the clerk of court.? How would you get an amount.


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Answered on: 2/24/11, 5:42 am by Jeff Rosner

According to the statute, the amount is required. the statute says that a claim of lien should contain the following including

(6) General description of the labor performed or materials furnished and the amount claimed therefor:

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