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North Carolina Public Notices

All states require that taxpayers and citizens be legally notified through public notices in newspapers of the activities of their government entities and courts. In North Carolina, that includes information pertaining to notice of meetings, proceedings or minutes of meetings, elections, annexations, budgets, property taxes and hearings, delinquent payments, hearings, ordinances, foreclosures and many other vital official matters of government entities; for courts, examples of required public notices include filings of estates, law suits, dissolutions, custody, assumed names, foreclosures, and many others.

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