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North Carolina Quit Claim Deed Form

A North Carolina quit claim deed is a legal form used to convey real estate in North Carolina from one person to another. A quitclaim, unlike a warranty deed, does not come with a guarantee from the seller, or grantor, as to whether the grantor has clear title to the property or has the authority…

North Carolina Landlord Notice to Enter

A North Carolina notice to enter is used to notify a tenant that their landlord intends to enter their rental unit for a particular purpose. North Carolina state law does not specify requirements for landlords to provide this notice, but whenever possible it is wise for a landlord to provide some sort of notice to…

North Carolina Non-Compete Agreement Template

A North Carolina non-compete agreement prohibits an employee from providing services of the same nature as the employer. This restriction is required to be in writing and outlined by time and geographical territory. In addition, valuable consideration must be included that is outside the standard terms in an employment contract ($500 has been deemed reasonable)….

North Carolina Notary Acknowledgment Form

A North Carolina notary acknowledgment form is used to verify signatures on a legal document. The notary public must verify the individual’s identity and confirm their intention to sign the document before filling out the acknowledgment form. Once the notary public has applied their signature and seal or stamp, the document is notarized. North Carolina…

North Carolina Revocable Living Trust Form

The North Carolina revocable living trust is similar to a Will in that it makes a plan for how an individual’s estate is to be handled in the event of their death. The key differences being that the estate’s ownership is transferred to the trust, there are plans made not only for death, but also…

North Carolina Self-Proving Affidavit Form

A North Carolina self-proving affidavit form is written testimony attached to a last will and testament that supports the validity of said will when it is submitted to probate court. After the testator’s death (creator of the will), probate will review the contents of the will to ensure that it is valid and was executed…

North Carolina Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in NC

Use an attorney at ContractsCounsel to change your name! A North Carolina name change form can be used by residents to legally change their name. However, when getting married or divorced, individuals only need a copy of their marriage certificate or divorce decree to change their surname. For any other name change, individuals will need…

North Carolina Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

The North Carolina do not resuscitate (DNR or DNAR) order form serves residents who wish to order medical personnel not to administer CPR on them if they have a cardiac or respiratory arrest. In accordance with the Right to Die a Natural Death Act (Article 23), a declaration to disallow the use of CPR or other life-prolonging…

North Carolina Security Deposit Demand Letter

A North Carolina security deposit demand letter is a notice instructing a landlord to return the funds held in a security deposit to a tenant whose occupancy has ended. In North Carolina, landlords have thirty (30) days after the tenant moves out to provide them with both an itemized report of any damages which detract from…

North Carolina Employment Contract Templates (4)

A North Carolina employment contract agreement is a document that an employer may draft in order to specify the terms and conditions under which a new employee must operate. In addition to describing the amount and frequency of payment, the form also describes any benefits that the employee will be entitled to as a part of their agreement….