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(a) After a hearing on a motion in the cause pursuant to G.S. 35A-1207, the court may grant a guardian access to the digital assets of a ward.
(b) Unless otherwise ordered by the court or directed by the user, a custodian shall disclose to a guardian the catalogue of electronic communications sent or received by a ward and any digital assets, other than the contents of electronic communications, in which the ward has a right or interest if the guardian gives the custodian all of the following:
(1) A written request for disclosure in physical or electronic form.
(2) A certified copy of the court order that gives the guardian authority over the digital assets of the ward.
(3) If requested by the custodian, any of the following:
a. A number, username, address, or other unique subscriber or account identifier assigned by the custodian to identify the account of the ward.
b. Evidence linking the account to the ward.
(c) A guardian with general authority to manage the assets of a ward may request a custodian of the digital assets of the ward to suspend or terminate an account of the ward for good cause. A request made under this section must be accompanied by a certified copy of the court order giving the guardian authority over the ward's property.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 36F. Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act § 36F-14. Disclosure of digital assets to guardian of ward - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nc/chapter-36f-revised-uniform-fiduciary-access-to-digital-assets-act/nc-gen-st-sect-36f-14/
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