North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 28A. Administration of Decedents' Estates

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  • Article 1. Definitions and Other General Provisions
  • Article 2. Jurisdiction for Probate of Wills and Administration of Estates of Decedents
  • Article 2A. Probate of Will
  • Article 2B. Living Probate
  • Article 3. Venue for Probate of Wills and Administration of Estates of Decedents
  • Article 4. Qualification and Disqualification for Letters Testamentary and Letters of Administration
  • Article 5. Renunciation by Personal Representative
  • Article 6. Appointment of Personal Representative
  • Article 7. Oath
  • Article 8. Bond
  • Article 9. Revocation of Letters
  • Article 10. Resignation
  • Article 11. Collectors
  • Article 12. Public Administrator
  • Article 13. Representative's Powers, Duties and Liabilities
  • Article 14. Notice to Creditors
  • Article 15. Assets;  Discovery of Assets
  • Article 16. Sales or Leases of Personal Property
  • Article 17. Sales, Leases or Mortgages of Real Property
  • Article 18. Actions and Proceedings
  • Article 19. Claims Against the Estate
  • Article 20. Inventory
  • Article 21. Accounting
  • Article 22. Distribution
  • Article 23. Settlement
  • Article 24. 120-Hour Survivorship Requirement;  Revised Simultaneous Death Act
  • Article 25. Small Estates
  • Article 26. Foreign Personal Representatives and Ancillary Administration
  • Article 27. Apportionment of Federal Estate Tax
  • Article 28. Summary Administration
  • Article 29. Notice to Creditors Without Estate Administration

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