There were two early attempts to regulate the real estate profession in North Carolina. In 1927 the General Assembly created the first North Carolina Real Estate Commission: three members, each with at least five years experience in the...
William Christmas, a senator and a surveyor by profession, drew the plan for Raleigh. Using a total of 400 acres, Christmas designated the axial center of the city as Union Square. It was composed of six acres and intended as the site of the future...
During the colonial period North Carolina's legislature was reluctant to designate a fixed seat of government. The few times a capital was named, circumstances changed and the center of population began to shift. New Bern had been the colony's seat...
The brief history of state regulation of tile contractors dates from 1937 with the creation of the North Carolina Licensing Board for Tile Contractors. The board was composed of five members appointed by the governor. Board members had to be...
North Carolina Licensing Board for Tile Contractors
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