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North Carolina Immediate Notice to Quit | Non-Compliance

A North Carolina Immediate Notice to Quit (Non-Compliance) is a form used to inform a tenant of a condition in which they caused to violate terms within the rental agreement. Unlike other notices where it allows the tenant to recuperate their loss by remedying the issue, here in North Carolina a landlord can order a tenant…

North Carolina Promissory Note Templates (2)

A North Carolina promissory note template is a document designed to assist the lender in a money-lending transaction with earning his or her money back (with the addition of interest) from a borrower in a timely fashion. Sections of the agreement like Late Fees, Interest Rates, and Acceleration help motivate the borrower to ensure all payments are…

North Carolina Living Will Form

A North Carolina living will instructs a medical staff on a person’s desires to receive or withhold medical treatment. This is in the event of permanent incapacitation or an incurable condition. In most cases, the form directs their primary care physician to withhold life-supporting treatments and die a natural death. Laws Signing Requirements – Two…

North Carolina Small Estate Affidavit | Form AOC-E-203B

A North Carolina small estate affidavit is a document that allows an individual to petition for all or a portion of a deceased person’s estate. The petitioner, or affiant, can only use this affidavit if they have a lawful claim to the estate. This helps estates of low values to avoid long and expensive probate…

North Carolina Unsecured Promissory Note Template

A North Carolina unsecured promissory note puts the lender and borrower in a money-lending deal into a contract that states the various details of the agreement as well as records all participants’ signatures for legal purposes. This template does not include a section on security. Because of this, the lender is at a far greater risk…

North Carolina Secured Promissory Note Template

A North Carolina secured promissory note brings two parties together in a binding contract to help remove any possible confusion with regard to the terms and conditions of a loan. By ensuring both parties are on the same page, the borrower will be more likely to make complete and timely payments to the lender. Included in…

North Carolina Last Will and Testament Template

A North Carolina last will and testament is a legal document set forth by a testator (person to whom the will belongs) to ensure their estate is properly distributed upon their death in accordance with their wishes. A testator can determine how their real estate, fiduciary assets, personal property, and even digital property shall be…

North Carolina Deed Forms

A North Carolina deed is used to convey real estate from one person to another in North Carolina. Deeds are required to have the name of the grantor, the name and address of the grantee, the name of the preparer and an acknowledgment by a notary. Once the deed is properly drafted and signed, it…

North Carolina Special Warranty Deed Form

A North Carolina special warranty deed is used to convey property from a grantor (seller) to a grantee (buyer) with a limited guarantee that there are no liens or encumbrances on the title during the grantor’s ownership. Although, the deed does not guarantee clean title from past owners. Once this deed is properly completed, the…

North Carolina General Warranty Deed Form

A North Carolina general warranty deed is used to legally transfer property in North Carolina from one person to another. A warranty deed comes with a guarantee from the seller that the property has clear title. In other words, the seller is liable to the buyer if the buyer finds out there was an undisclosed…