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The Real Property Section deals with numerous issues affecting real property practice in North Carolina. The Section drafts, monitors and comments upon state and federal proposed legislation and regulations affecting real property practice; monitors and comments upon State Bar ethics inquiries; sponsors and participates in pro bono projects; provides variety of CLE programs; conducts aggressive consumer protection/authorized practice program; hosts active electronic discussion list; periodically updates and republishes forms book; and oversees NCBA copyrighted real property forms. 

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  • E-Series: What you need to know about E-Recording! Considerations, Nuances, and Pitfalls

    View a recording and documents from the October 3 webinar hosted by the NC Closing Attorney Best Practices / TRID task Force.

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  • 2019 Tax Proration Brochure

    Access the 2019 Tax Proration Brochure here.

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  • eMortgage Guide

    This is a white paper on the E-Mortgage Closing process issued by a multi-disciplinary task force spearheaded by the North Carolina Secretary of State.  

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  • UPDATED: NC/SC Boundary Re-Certification Memo

    Do you represent clients along the NC / SC Boundary?  If so, you and they will certainly need to know if the recent re-survey and certification of the boundary, S.L. 2016-23, affects them – voting, licensing, schools, taxes, estates and inheritance, title to real estate (and the effects on timing and costs of future closings), schools and other matters!  


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  • Index of Newsletter Articles

    Articles from "The Property Line" newsletter are a valuable resource for real estate attorneys.  This index will help you find the article you are looking for.

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  • Secured Lending Opinion Letter Form

    This form is intended to serve as a basis for opinions frequently addressed in a typical commercial real estate financing transaction.