Bill Summary for S 196 (2021)

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Jul 26 2021

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Senate Bill 196 (Public) Filed Monday, March 8, 2021
AN ACT TO (I) UPDATE THE MAILING METHOD OF NOTICE TO A JUDGMENT DEBTOR OF AN EXECUTION SALE OF REAL PROPERTY, (II) CLARIFY THE EFFECTS OF A DEFAULT BID IN PRIVATE JUDICIAL SALES AND PUBLIC OR PRIVATE PARTITION SALES, (III) AMEND THE TAX FORECLOSURE STATUTES AND MAKE TECHNICAL CHANGES, (IV) MAKE AMENDMENTS AFFECTING THE VALIDITY OF NOTARIAL ACTS, (V) MAKE AMENDMENTS AFFECTING REAL PROPERTY, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE GENERAL STATUTES COMMISSION, AND (VI) TO DELAY THE REASSIGNMENT OF DISTRICT 36, BURKE, CALDWELL, AND CATAWBA COUNTIES, INTO TWO SEPARATE PROSECUTORIAL DISTRICTS.
Intro. by Edwards, Galey.

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AN ACT TO (I) UPDATE THE MAILING METHOD OF NOTICE TO A JUDGMENT DEBTOR OF AN EXECUTION SALE OF REAL PROPERTY, (II) CLARIFY THE EFFECTS OF A DEFAULT BID IN PRIVATE JUDICIAL SALES AND PUBLIC OR PRIVATE PARTITION SALES, (III) AMEND THE TAX FORECLOSURE STATUTES AND MAKE TECHNICAL CHANGES, (IV) MAKE AMENDMENTS AFFECTING THE VALIDITY OF NOTARIAL ACTS, (V) MAKE AMENDMENTS AFFECTING REAL PROPERTY, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE GENERAL STATUTES COMMISSION, AND (VI) TO DELAY THE REASSIGNMENT OF DISTRICT 36, BURKE, CALDWELL, AND CATAWBA COUNTIES, INTO TWO SEPARATE PROSECUTORIAL DISTRICTS. SL 2021-91. Enacted July 22, 2021. Parts IV and V are effective October 1, 2021. The remainder is effective July 22, 2021, except as otherwise provided.

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