North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 33A. North Carolina Uniform Transfers to Minors Act

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  • NC GEN ST § 33A-1. Definitions
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-2. Scope and jurisdiction
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-3. Nomination of custodian
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-4. Transfer by gift or exercise of power of appointment
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-5. Transfer authorized by will or trust
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-6. Other transfer by fiduciary
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-7. Transfer by obligor
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-8. Receipt for custodial property
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-9. Manner of creating custodial property and effecting transfer;  designation of initial custodian;  control
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-10. Single custodianship
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-11. Validity and effect of transfer
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-12. Care of custodial property
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-13. Powers of custodian
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-14. Use of custodial property
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-15. Custodian's expenses, compensation, and bond
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-16. Exemption of third person from liability
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-17. Liability to third persons
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-18. Renunciation, resignation, death, or removal of custodian;  designation of successor custodian
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-19. Accounting by and determination of liability of custodian
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-20. Termination of custodianship
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-21. Applicability
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-22. Effect on existing custodianships
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-23. Uniformity of application and construction
  • NC GEN ST § 33A-24. Short title

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