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Common Interest Communities in North Carolina
Common Interest Communities in North Carolina

Today, over 2,000,000 North Carolinians live in some form of common interest community (CIC). Therefore, all lawyers should be familiar with the laws governing these communities. 

Critical Construction Law Cases - 2014 Supplement Download
Critical Construction Law Cases - 2014 Supplement Download

This downloadable supplement to the 2012 publication Critical Construction Law Cases draws together in one place the most up-to-date 2012-2013 summaries of major North Carolina construction law cases. Grouped by research topic, the case summaries give a quick but thorough overview of what North Carolina's courts have said about the major issues in construction law.

Elements of Civil Causes of Action in North Carolina, Second Edition
Elements of Civil Causes of Action in North Carolina, Second Edition

Completely revised and updated, this Second Edition of the bestseller Elements of Civil Causes of Action in North Carolina breaks down 38 of the most common North Carolina civil causes of action into their component parts. Chapters are organized alphabetically by cause of action and are heavily annotated with pertinent citations to controlling authority, so that what you get is the very essence of current North Carolina law in a concise and convenient format which will save you hours of research time.         

North Carolina Construction Law Deskbook, Sixth Edition (2013)
North Carolina Construction Law Deskbook, Sixth Edition (2013)

This completely updated Sixth Edition is considered the "bible" for practitioners serving the NC construction industry. It is both a resource and research tool for experienced construction lawyers and a guide and primer for lawyers who do not frequently practice in the area of construction law.

North Carolina Estate Administration Manual, Eighth Edition (2014)
North Carolina Estate Administration Manual, Eighth Edition (2014)

Completely revised and updated, the NC Estate Administration Manual, Eighth Edition (2014) continues to be a great procedural guide that has proven to be helpful to lawyers and paralegals, thereby improving the quality of probate practice in NC through the use of systematic and uniform procedures.   

North Carolina Paralegal Resource Binder, Second Edition (2013)
North Carolina Paralegal Resource Binder, Second Edition (2013)

This second edition is instrumental in the practice of all paralegals no matter field or years of experience and provides updates to the original edition and expands its coverage bringing the manual up-to-date on legal technology.


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ABCs of DWI
ABCs of DWI

This book organizes the details of impaired driving law into a searchable "big picture," to make us all experts and confident in our knowledge of impaired driving law. It allows for quick topic reviews for fast, in-court assistance. 

ABCs of Traffic Law: Do
ABCs of Traffic Law: Do's and Dont's of Traffic Court

The ABCs of Traffic Law: Do's and Don'ts of Traffic Court discusses 26 topics that all attorneys think they know, or may have heard something about, or had a client call them about that one time. Each topic explores a bit beyond the surface of the statute, or consequence, or potential difficulty.

Common Interest Communities in North Carolina
Common Interest Communities in North Carolina

Today, over 2,000,000 North Carolinians live in some form of common interest community (CIC). Therefore, all lawyers should be familiar with the laws governing these communities.