2005 North Carolina Code - General Statutes § 47-46.2. Certificate of satisfaction of deed of trust, mortgage, or other instrument.

§ 47‑46.2.  Certificate of satisfaction of deed of trust, mortgage, or other instrument.

No particular phrasing is required for a certification of satisfaction pursuant to G.S. 45‑37(a)(6) as it was in effect prior to October 1, 2005, or for a satisfaction of a security instrument under G.S. 45‑36.10. The following form, when properly completed, is sufficient to satisfy the requirements (i) for a certificate of satisfaction under G.S. 45‑37(a)(6) as it was in effect prior to October 1, 2005, and (ii) for a satisfaction of a security instrument under G.S. 45‑36.10 when signed and acknowledged by the secured creditor:

 

CERTIFICATE OF SATISFACTION

North Carolina, ____________ County.

I, ____________ (name of owner of the note or other indebtedness secured by the deed of trust or mortgage), certify that I am the owner of the indebtedness secured by the hereafter described deed of trust or mortgage and that the debt or other obligation in the amount of __________ secured by the (deed of trust)(mortgage)(other instrument) executed by ____________ (grantor)(mortgagor),

____________ (trustee)(leave blank if mortgage), and ______________ (beneficiary)(mortgagee), and recorded in __________ County at ______ (book and page) was satisfied on ____________ (date of satisfaction). I request that this certificate of satisfaction be recorded and the above‑referenced security instrument be canceled of record.

_____________________________

(Signature of owner of note)

[Acknowledgment before officer authorized to take acknowledgments]. (1995, c. 292, s. 3; 2005‑123, s. 5.)


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