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North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Available via Video Replay and On Demand

Effective January 1, 2018, the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act is getting revised. 

What better way to learn about the changes involved than by the primary drafters of the new Act and just a few of the numerous people who shared their insight and experience with the drafters.

  • Learn insight on the Act, its history, changes to NC law under the new Act, the provisions of the new Act, and the application of these provisions.
  • Review of the general and specific authorities that may be granted to an agent by the principal, agent duties and liabilities, and discussions of the use and application of a power of attorney under the new Act for gifting, estate planning, real estate transactions, banking, and judicial relief.
  • Hear discussions regarding the new North Carolina Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney and the introduction and review of an alternative form for a North Carolina power of attorney, including drafting tips for a power of attorney under NC law and the new Act.

The live program took place on November 3, 2017 and was planned by the NCBA Elder & Special Needs Law and Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law Sections

Get this valuable information either by Video Replay or On Demand: 

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A Preface to the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act
This introduction to the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act covers the history and purposes of the Act for North Carolina. Also, this session provides a summary of the Act and some highlights regarding the effect of the Act on Chapter 32A and the applicability of the Act. | CLE Credit 0.75 Hour | >REGISTER HERE

Authorities to Agent or Co-Agents by Principal
This session discusses co-agents and reviews the general and specific authorities for agent and co-agents along with the limitations, incorporation, and construction of such authorities. | CLE Credit 0.5 Hour | >REGISTER HERE

Taking the Job, Being Paid for the Job and Ending the Job: Agents and Co-Agents
This session covers agent or co-agent acceptance, duties, compensation, exoneration, liability, resignation, and termination of an agent’s authority. This session provides a review of acceptance by an agent, the mandatory and default duties of an agent, compensation for, and reimbursement of, an agent, exoneration of an agent in a power of attorney, the liability of an agent or co-agent, and the notice of resignation and resignation of an agent. | CLE Credit 0.5 Hour | >REGISTER HERE

Planning and the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act
This session is a practical review of matters related to planning and the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act, including a discussion of the  new statutory short form power of attorney, gifting, authorities for certain planning, and certain acts authorized by the court. | CLE Credit 1.0 Hour >REGISTER HERE

Real Property and the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act
This session is a practical review of specific matters related to real estate and the North Carolina Power of Attorney Act for the benefit of all attorneys who address real estate matters in their practice along with the perspective of a person or title company presented with a power of attorney. | CLE Credit 1.0 Hour >REGISTER HERE

Banking and the North Carolina Power of Attorney Act
This session is a practical review of specific matters related to banking and financial institutions under the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act, including the acceptance of and reliance upon a power of attorney, liability for refusal to accept an acknowledged power of attorney, and the Agent's Certification as to the validity of a power of attorney and an agent's authority, and reviews some other laws applicable to financial institutions that control if the Act is inconsistent with the other laws. | CLE Credit 0.75 Hour >REGISTER HERE

Judicial Relief and Other Judicial Matters
This session provides a review of judicial relief under the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act, including standing, jurisdiction, venue, standards for review, and discussion of the proceedings applicable to a North Carolina Power of Attorney. | CLE Credit 0.75 Hour >REGISTER HERE

Drafting a North Carolina Power of Attorney
This session discusses the North Carolina Statutory Short Form, reviews an alternative form for a North Carolina Power of Attorney, and includes practice tips for drafting under the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act.  | CLE Credit 0.75 Hour >REGISTER HERE

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Product Date:
November 03, 2017
North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act | Effective January 1, 2018
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