My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: North Carolina
I bought a house and out of closing, my closing attorney held onto some of the seller's proceeds because of repairs agreed to post-closing. I was given checks addressed to a contractor who has proven unresponsive/unreliable. As a result, I'd like to get new checks issued to a different contractor or to myself so I can move forward with repairs. Is my closing attorney legally required to re-issue those checks?