North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 28C. Estates of Missing Persons

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  • NC GEN ST § 28C-1. Death not presumed from seven years' absence;  exposure to peril to be considered
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-2. Action for receiver;  contents of complaint;  parties
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-3. Procedure on complaint
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-4. Notice to interested persons
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-5. Service of notices
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-6. Procedure after notice
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-7. Property transferred to permanent receiver by order of judge;  filing of inventory;  recordation of order of transfer
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-8. Powers and duties of permanent receiver
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-9. Search for absentee
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-10. Claims against absentee
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-11. Final finding and decree
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-12. Termination of receivership
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-13. Distribution of property of absentee
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-14. Additional limitations on accounting, distribution or making claim by absentee
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-15. When claim of absentee barred
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-16. Laws of administration of estates applicable
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-17. Appointment of public administrator as receiver for estate of less than $1,000
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-18. Payment of insurance policies
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-19. Absentee Insurance Fund
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-20. Provisions applicable to person held incommunicado in foreign country
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-21. When agents' acts binding on estate of absentee
  • NC GEN ST § 28C-22. Provisions of Chapter severable

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