Order Of Summary Administration Form. This is a North Carolina form and can be use in Estate Statewide.
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File No. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA Film No. County In The General Court Of Justice Superior Court Division Before The Clerk IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF: Name Of Decedent ORDER Name And Mailing Address Of Petitioner/Spouse OF Telephone No. SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION G.S. 28A-28-1 et. seq.Legal Residence (County, State) County Will Admitted To Probate File No.Name And Address Of Attorney, If Any Telephone No. The Court, in the exercise of its jurisdiction over the probate of wills and the administration of estates, finds that the Petition For Order Of Summary Administration, and supporting evidence, if any, comply with the requirements of G.S. 28A-28-2, and that the above named petitioner/spouse is entitled to summary administration. Based upon these findings, the Court orders that the estate listed above be administered in accordance with Article 28 of Chapter 28A of the General Statutes of North Carolina, that no further or other administration of the estate is necessary, that the above named petitioner/spouse is fully authorized by the laws of North Carolina to receive, administer, and dispose of all of the assets belonging to the estate, including but not limited to wages and salary of the decedent, accounts and deposits in financial institutions, ownership rights in stocks and securities, the title and license to any motor vehicle registered to the decedent, and the right to convey, lease, sell or mortgage any real estate devised to or inherited by the petitioner from the decedent, and that the above named petitioner/spouse, to the extent of the value of the property received by the petitioner/spouse under the will of the decedent or by intestate succession, assumes all liabilities of the decedent that were not discharged by reason of death, and assumes liability for all taxes and valid claims against decedent or against the estate. The Court notes that under G.S. 28A-28-5, the person paying, delivering, transferring or issuing property or evidence thereof pursuant to this Order is discharged and released to the same extent as if the person dealt with a duly qualified personal representative of the decedents estate. If any person to whom the order is presented refuses to pay, deliver, transfer, or issue any property or evidence thereof, the property may be recovered in an action brought for that purpose by the petitioner/spouse, and the court costs and attorneys fees incident to the action shall be taxed against the person whose refusal made the action necessary. Date Name Of Presiding Official (Type Or Print) EX OFFICIO JUDGE OF PROBATE Signature Of Presiding Official Assistant CSC Clerk Of Superior Court SEAL CERTIFICATION I certify that this is a true and complete copy of the original Order Of Summary Administration on file in this office.Date Signature AOC-E-904M, New 2/96 Deputy CSC Assistant CSC Clerk Of Superior Court 1997 Administrative Office of the Courts