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North Carolina Power of Attorney Forms

North Carolina Power of Attorney Forms is a set of documents by which an individual can legally appoint another to represent him or her in a predetermined matter(s). This type of authority can be granted in a variety of situations and circumstances. For instance, using a durable POA, you can appoint someone to take care of…

North Carolina Bill of Sale Forms

The North Carolina Bill of Sale Forms are used to prove a legal sale and purchase has been transacted between parties. The documents provide information about the seller, buyer, prove change of ownership and will provide identifiers with regard to items being sold and purchased. Some forms will require notarization. Types Boat Bill of Sale – Legally required…

North Carolina Rental Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

The North Carolina rental agreements are forms created for the relationship between a lessee and lessor for the use of commercial and residential property. All documents must be written in accordance with Chapter 42 (Landlord and Tenant) and upon the signature of all parties involved the contract becomes legally binding. Rental Application – Used for the…

North Carolina Eviction Notice Forms | Process and Laws

The North Carolina eviction notice forms are used as the first step in the North Carolina eviction process.  In the event that the landlord is planning to evict tenant for non-payment of rent, the notice must demand the rent, and give the tenant 10 days to pay it before a “Summary Ejectment” complaint, also known as an Eviction is filed. After…

North Carolina Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

North Carolina Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a set of documents a principal property owner must use to grant an attorney-in-fact the authority to handle real estate affairs in his or her name. The document all for “all financial transactions” related to the property which covers selling, leasing, and any of the management tasks…

North Carolina Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

North Carolina Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form provides a way in which you, as the principal, can delegate your decision-making powers over some or all of your finances. Commonly, this type of paperwork is employed when an individual will be unavailable to manage his or her responsibilities or finances due to a long-term absence. For…

North Carolina Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form

North Carolina Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form can be used to convey making power for parental or guardian decisions concerning a child’s welfare to another person. This type of appointment is commonly necessary the parents anticipate being away and generally unavailable to make decisions on behalf of their children. For instance, maybe the parents…

North Carolina Limited Power of Attorney Form

North Carolina Limited Power of Attorney Form can be executed to provide another person the right to represent a principal’s interests in specific transactions, a predetermined amount of time, or both with principal power. This document is not meant to be a long-term delegation of power in a wide scope of areas, rather it has been…

North Carolina Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

North Carolina Revocation of Power of Attorney Form should be utilized when you want to terminate or cancel a power of attorney for as the principal who issued the original appointment. It is important that in addition to signing this document, you provide copies of it to your agent and back up agent as well as…

North Carolina Tax Power of Attorney (Form GEN-58)

North Carolina Tax Power of Attorney (Form GEN-58), otherwise known as the “North Carolina Department of Revenue Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative,” is a form that you can use to appoint someone else to handle your tax affairs before the Department of Revenue. Many people have an accountant or tax attorney to handle…


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