2014 North Carolina General Statutes
Chapter 32A - Powers of Attorney.
- Article 1 - Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney.
- Article 2 - Durable Power of Attorney.
- Article 2A - Authority of Attorney-In-Fact to Make Gifts and to Renounce.
- Article 2B - Gifts Authorized by Court Order.
- Article 3 - Health Care Powers of Attorney.
- Article 4 - Consent to Health Care for Minor.
- Article 5 - Enforcement of Power of Attorney.
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