(Apartment Association of Western North Carolina, Greenville Area Property Managers Association, Greater Charlotte Apartment Association, Greater Fayetteville Apartment Association, Piedmont Triad Apartment Association, Triangle Apartment Association, Wilmington Apartment Association)
In a memo released this past weekend, North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley expanded a list of new restrictions on courthouse activity that will include eviction hearings. The new restrictions, which apply to all of the state’s one hundred counties for the next thirty days, come in response to the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the state and are meant to both combat the spread of the virus, as well as to provide respite for low-income renters and those facing evictions during the crisis.
The Chief Justice has clarified that all small claims hearings across the state will be continued to future dates, sometime in the coming weeks. It is unclear at this moment when this will happen, but in the meantime, each county courthouse currently remains open for transactional business that does not require in-person hearings or other meetings with Courthouse staff or Judges.
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Chris is the founder and Managing Partner of the law firm Loebsack & Brownlee, PLLC. Chris is a 1996 graduate of Duke University School of Law (J.D.) and a 1993 graduate of Clemson University (B.S.).
He has two sons, Joseph and Thomas, and currently resides in Charlotte, NC. Chris's legal practice focuses primarily on representing national Multifamily & Single Family Operator property management firms, but he regularly handles construction law and commercial litigation matters, as well. Also, Chris is a Certified Mediator who regularly mediates Business and Construction Litigation cases for other attorneys. In 2009, Chris was named to the NC Super Lawyers’ “Rising Stars” list for his Business Litigation work, and in 2011, Chris again made the “Rising Stars” list in the area of Construction Litigation. In 2013, Chris was named a member of NC “Legal Elite” by Business North Carolina magazine in the area of Business Litigation. In 2016, Chris was again named to the NC Super Lawyers list in the area of Business Litigation and in both 2017 and 2018, he was honored to make the list in the area of General Litigation. Finally, Chris volunteers much of his spare time in service of several non-profit entities. He has been a member of the Board of Directors for Charlotte Preparatory School since 2014, and part of the Humanities Advancement Board of Clemson University since 2015.