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North Dakota Small Estate Affidavit | NDPC Form 1

A North Dakota small estate affidavit is a form that allows an individual to petition for property or an asset from a deceased individual’s estate. Using this form bypasses the North Dakota probate court and only applies to estates that involve no real property. Upon presentation of this document, the individual or entity holding the…

North Dakota Unsecured Promissory Note Template

The North Dakota unsecured promissory note is a signed and legal document stating that one party, called the ‘borrower’ will repay another party called the ‘lender’ in a specified time frame. Because this document is ‘unsecured’, the borrower is not required to set aside a material possession in the case of a default. Because this adds a…

North Dakota Secured Promissory Note Template

The North Dakota secured promissory note requires both the lender and borrower in a money-lending transaction to agree on several aspects of the agreement such as penalties for missing payments, how payments will be made, interest rates, and other important areas. In addition, the borrower will need to select an item to be used as security. This…

North Dakota Last Will and Testament Template

A North Dakota Last Will and Testament is a legal document, created by a testator (individual to whom the will belongs), that specifically details instructions regarding the distribution of their financial accounts, real and personal property, cash-on-hand, life insurance policies, as well as any other assets/property among designated beneficiaries who are named in the will….

North Dakota Deed Forms

The North Dakota deeds are legal documents used in the transfer of real property in North Dakota. Deeds include the names of the grantor (the person selling the property) and the grantee (the person buying the property), the consideration paid for the property and the legal description of the property. Deeds are recorded with the…

North Dakota Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The North Dakota living trust is a legal instrument used to bypass the probate process when distributing a person’s estate. The individual looking organize their assets in a separate entity (the Grantor) will need to draft a living trust document in which they list all of their assets, who the desired successors are, and detail how their estate…

North Dakota Special Warranty Deed Form

The North Dakota special warranty deed is similar to a general warranty deed because if comes with a guarantee from the grantor as to title. However, with a special warranty deed, the title is guaranteed only as to any claims that arise out of grantor’s ownership of the property. In other words, the grantor is…

North Dakota General Warranty Deed Form

The North Dakota general warranty deed is a deed used to transfer property from one person to another. The person selling is called the grantor while the person buying is called the grantee. A warranty deed comes with a promise from the grantor that the title to the property is free and clear of any…

North Dakota Quit Claim Deed Form

A North Dakota quit claim deed is used to legally transfer the interest in real estate from one person to another. This type of deed, unlike a warranty deed, does not come with a guarantee as to title. That is, the language of this document only states grantor (or seller) is selling whatever interest he…

North Dakota Landlord Notice to Enter

A North Dakota notice to enter alerts a tenant that their landlord intends to enter their rental unit for a particular reason. North Dakota state law doesn’t specify a minimum time frame for this kind of notice but does require the landlord to provide reasonable notice and obtain the tenant’s consent to enter the rental…