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Before I buy, will I know who is responsible for the road maintenance?

By | April 3rd, 2016|

Not necessarily. Since October 1, 1975, developers and sellers of certain residential subdivision lots have been required by law to give the first purchaser of each property a Subdivision Street Disclosure Statement containing important information about road ownership and maintenance responsibility. However, the application of this law is quite limited, so it is very important [...]

Who is responsible or the road maintenance in a subdivision or planned community?

By | April 3rd, 2016|

Until responsibility for road maintenance is lawfully transferred to a municipality or the North Carolina Department of Transportation, either the developer or the owners will be responsible. However, if a developer becomes insolvent, is dissolved or dies, the owners alone will have to bear the cost unless a government agency takes control. Since there is [...]

Who owns the roads in a residential subdivision or planned community?

By | April 3rd, 2016|

Unless the roads have been dedicated to public use and formally accepted by the appropriate government agency, neither the state nor any public agency owns legal title to the land over which a street runs. Where the developer has retained title to the streets (the lot lines border the edge of the street), it is [...]