Legally probably not,that assumes you do not own the propery or the property(like a private road) to get to your property so that would be trespass.But someone has to call the police to enforce the trespass violation.After the repo guy has the car there is not much you can do except to sue the lender or repo guy. Gated,YES.Gated and locked no.
Yes; Noth Carolina has property tax.
Nothing, current inspection is not required to transfer a motor vehicle title in North Carolina.
The statute of limitations for auto property damage in North Carolina is 3 years. Auto property damage falls under North Carolina's civil statute of limitations.
No. Not in North Carolina, not in any other state.
North Carolina is an equitable distribution state. This means that all marital property is split in an equitable manner. This does not mean that it will be equally divided.
Yes, a double wide trailer is considered real property in North Carolina. This is because it is a building or structure that sits on the land.
The rate is the same, the value of the property it is applied to is different.
North Carolina does have a buyer remorse law. It does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle but does apply to unsolicited sales.
they are green in North Carolina
The state of North Carolina is not a community property state. They are an equitable distribution state which means each spouse is allowed to own their own property.
It is possible for someone to come onto private property in order to possess your car in North Carolina. If you have not paid you car off, it is never yours until it is paid off.
With the economy the way it is it is easy to find foreclosured property. Here is a website that lists many of the foreclosed properties in North Carolina: http://www.holden-beach-nc-real-estate.com/foreclosures.html
Fort Bragg has property in six different North Carolina counties, but Fayettville where it is headquartered lies in Cumberland county.
Real Property - All land and the buildings, structures or improvements on that land
Yes, the business where the vehicle is located must allow the retrieval of personal items from the impounded vehicle, and is required to keep those items secured until they have been returned to the legal owner or the court rules otherwise.
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No, it is within jurisdiction of the state of North Carolina.
No, a co-signer has no legal right to a vehicle unless they are on the title.
You can find information on property available for purchase in Wilmington, North Carolina online at the Trulia and Realtor websites. Alternatively, you can also find this information available at the Zillow website.
North Carolina is north of South Carolina.
You would pay no sales tax to Georgia. You would be responsible to pay a use tax to the state of North Carolina for the retail price of the vehicle based upon the location where you will be registering the vehicle. This is normally collected by the N.C. DMV when registering the vehicle.
That's the decision of the executor of the estate.
A person cannot disinherit their spouse in North Carolina. Please see the discussion at the "Surviving Spouse" link below, especially the section entitled "Right to dissent from the will". There is a somewhat complicated process followed in North Carolina.
If the vehicle is titled in the business name you will pay sales tax. About 2 to 4 weeks after you register the vehicle you will get a form in the mail from the North Carolina Department of Revenue explaining how to pay the tax.
North Carolina is north of South Carolina