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  • Advantage IT
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    Good Morning NCstorageguru . It doesn't have to be included. I sit on the NCSSA board and all our forms are reviewed by an attorney so you should be good to go. You can also post on the ncssaonline.org Q&A forum for state questions. We are pretty good at getting back to you!

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  • NCstorageguru
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    Originally posted by lady5563 View Post
    I read your states lien laws.

    I do not see where it says that you must include any state statute.

    Correct me if I am wrong but to me, it doesn't look like you are required by law to.

    In NJ, I don't have to.
    Thank you for your reply!
    It is on an Auction Worksheet for NCSSA.

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  • lady5563
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    I read your states lien laws.

    I do not see where it says that you must include any state statute.

    Correct me if I am wrong but to me, it doesn't look like you are required by law to.

    In NJ, I don't have to.

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  • pacnwstorage
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    We just, here in Oregon, pring the wording pursuant to state statute(s) ####................

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  • NCstorageguru
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    North Carolina Notice of Sale

    Hi,
    Anyone officially know if the NC Notice of Sale has to include the actual SB4482 a-d wording or can it just include the words -"see SB448 2 a-d in North CarolinaLien LawChapter 44A, Statutory Liens and Charges ?
    Thank you for info!

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