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The Defense of Time Limitations in Construction Defect Cases

Elizabeth F. Nicholson January 20, 2021

Potential liability of contractors for construction defects does not end upon the completion of a project. A contractor’s risk of liability for construction defects is determined by two types of defenses with different time limitations: statutes of limitations and a statute of repose. Statutes of limitations set the time limit for when a party has …

What’s Next for the S.C. Heritage Act?

Rosen Hagood
Rosen Hagood July 16, 2020

On May 18, 2000, the S.C. Heritage Act was signed into law. The Act states that no monuments or memorials erected on public property of the state from certain historical wars be relocated, removed, disturbed or altered. Further, any street, bridge, structure, park, preserve, reserve, or other public area of the state dedicated in memory …

Oppression of Shareholders, Good Faith & Duty of Loyalty

Timothy J.W. Muller April 30, 2020
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Limited liability companies (LLCs), corporations, and limited partnerships generally must look to a state’s business organization statutes for answers when disputes arise amongst shareholders or members. South Carolina is no different. South Carolina’s business organization statutes–found in Title 33 of the South Carolina Code–provide remedies for oppressed shareholders, partners, or members of an LLC. Those …

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