North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 34. Veterans' Guardianship Act

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  • NC GEN ST § 34-1. Title
  • NC GEN ST § 34-2. Definitions
  • NC GEN ST § 34-2.1. Guardian's powers as to property;  validation of prior acts
  • NC GEN ST § 34-3. Appointment of guardian for wards entitled to benefits from United States Veterans' Bureau
  • NC GEN ST § 34-4. Guardian may not be named for more than five wards;  exceptions;  banks and trust companies, public guardians, or where wards are members of same family
  • NC GEN ST § 34-5. Petition for appointment of guardian
  • NC GEN ST § 34-6. Certificate of Director prima facie evidence of necessity for appointment of guardian of minor
  • NC GEN ST § 34-7. Certificate as evidence in regard to guardianship of mentally incompetent wards
  • NC GEN ST § 34-8. Notice of filing of petition
  • NC GEN ST § 34-9. Qualifications of guardian;  surety bond
  • NC GEN ST § 34-10. Guardian's accounts to be filed;  hearing on accounts
  • NC GEN ST § 34-11. Failure to file account cause for removal
  • NC GEN ST § 34-12. Compensation at five percent;  additional compensation;  premiums on bonds
  • NC GEN ST § 34-13. Investment of funds
  • NC GEN ST § 34-14. Application of ward's estate
  • NC GEN ST § 34-14.1. Payment of veterans' benefits to relatives
  • NC GEN ST § 34-15. Certified copy of record required by Bureau to be furnished without charge
  • NC GEN ST § 34-17. Discharge of guardian
  • NC GEN ST § 34-18. Construction of Chapter

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