North Carolina Statutes

Chapter 133 Public Works

Article 1 - General Provisions.

Article 2 - Relocation Assistance.

  • § 133-5   Short title
    This Article shall be cited as "The Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act." (1971, c. 1107, s. 1.)
  • § 133-6   Declaration of purpose
    The purpose of this Article is to establish a uniform policy for the fair and equitable treatment of persons displaced as a result of public...
  • § 133-7   Definitions
    As used in this Article: (1) "Agency" means the State of North Carolina or any board, bureau, commission, institution, or other agency of the State,...
  • § 133-8   Moving and related expenses
    (a) Whenever the acquisition of real property for a program or project undertaken by an agency will result in the displacement of any person, such...
  • § 133-9   Replacement housing for homeowners
    (a) In addition to payments otherwise authorized by this Article and subject to the provisions of G.S. 133‑10.1 the agency shall make an additional payment...
  • § 133-10   Replacement housing for tenants and certain others
    (a) In addition to amounts otherwise authorized by this Article, the agency shall make a payment to or for any displaced person displaced from any...
  • § 133-10.1   Authorization for replacement housing
    (a) As a last resort, if a project cannot proceed to actual construction because of the lack of availability of comparable sale or rental housing,...
  • § 133-11   Relocation assistance advisory services
    (a) Programs or projects undertaken by an agency shall be planned in a manner that (1) recognizes, at any early stage in the planning of...
  • § 133-12   Expenses incidental to transfer of property
    (a) In addition to amounts otherwise authorized by this Article, the agency is authorized to reimburse or to pay on behalf of the owners of...
  • § 133-13   Administration
    (a) The agency may enter into contracts with any individual, firm, association or corporation for services in connection with relocation assistance programs. (b) The agency...
  • § 133-14   Regulations and procedures
    The agency is authorized to adopt such rules and regulations as it deems necessary and appropriate to carry out the provisions of this Article. The...
  • § 133-15   Payments not to be considered as income
    No payment received under this Article shall be considered as income for the purposes of the State income tax law; nor shall such payments be...
  • § 133-16   Real property furnished to the federal government
    Whenever real property is acquired by an agency and furnished as a required contribution to a federal project, the agency has the authority to make...
  • § 133-17   Administrative payments
    Nothing contained in this Article shall be construed as creating in any condemnation proceedings brought under the power of eminent domain, any element of damages...
  • § 133-18   Additional payments by political subdivision
    The additional payments required under G.S. 133‑8, 133‑9, and 133‑10 shall not be mandatory for political subdivisions of the State unless federal law makes such...
  • § 133-19 through 133-22   Reserved for future codification purposes

Article 3 - Regulation of Contractors for Public Works.

  • § 133-23   Definition
    (a) The term "governmental agency" shall include the State of North Carolina, its agencies, institutions, and political subdivisions, all municipal corporations and all other public...
  • § 133-24   Government contracts; violation of G.S. 75-1 and 75-2
    Every person who shall engage in any conspiracy, combination, or any other act in restraint of trade or commerce declared to be unlawful by the...
  • § 133-25   Conviction; punishment
    (a) Upon conviction of violating G.S. 133‑24, any person shall be punished as a Class H felon. The court may also impose a fine of...
  • § 133-26   Individuals convicted may not serve on licensing boards
    No individual shall be eligible to serve as a member of any contractor's licensing board who has been convicted of criminal charges involving either: (1)...
  • § 133-27   Suspension from bidding
    Any governmental agency shall have the authority to suspend for a period of up to three years from the date of conviction any person and...
  • § 133-28   Civil damages; liability; statute of limitations
    (a) Any governmental agency entering into a contract which is or has been the subject of a conspiracy prohibited by G.S. 75‑1 or 75‑2 shall...
  • § 133-29   Reporting of violations of G.S. 75-1 or 75-2
    Any person having knowledge of acts committed in violation of G.S. 75‑1 or 75‑2 involving a contract with a governmental agency who reports the same...
  • § 133-30   Noncollusion affidavits
    Noncollusion affidavits may be required by rule of any governmental agency from all prime bidders. Any such requirement shall be set forth in the invitation...
  • § 133-31   Perjury; punishment
    Any person who shall willfully commit perjury in any affidavit taken pursuant to this Article or rules pursuant thereto shall be guilty of a felony...
  • § 133-32   Gifts and favors regulated
    (a) It shall be unlawful for any contractor, subcontractor, or supplier who: (1) Has a contract with a governmental agency; or (2) Has performed under...
  • § 133-33   Cost estimates; bidders' lists
    Any governmental agency responsible for letting public contracts may promulgate rules concerning the confidentiality of: (1) The agency's cost estimate for any public contracts prior...