Graham, NC asked in Real Estate Law for North Carolina

Q: NC registered mobile home has 2 -1st lien holders on title. 1 died. Will this add his 6 beneficiaries as additl 1st LH

My parents are one of the original 2 first lien holders . Can they release the title back to me or do my parents plus all of the deceased grandfathers beneficiaries which consist of 5 individuals & his church have to all complete the Affidavit of North Carolina Lienholder form MVR-46D in order for title to be released back to me? Or which type of form must be completed and who has to complete it? Can my parents ALONE sign off under affidavit of survivorship? I get a different answer from dmv, attorneys, I need the factual lawful answer to resolve this. Estate attorney has changed his mind 10 times of how to handle this and finally told me to come pick up the title which list me as owner and the two first lean holders and he told me to figure out how to get title back in my name. Debt has been satisfied. Title gained leinholders in 2005. Please help!!

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Ben Corcoran
Ben Corcoran
  • Yadkinville, NC
  • Licensed in North Carolina

A: Without seeing your grandparents will and getting a full timeline together of when the events took place I can't answer your question with any specificity.

However, my thoughts are that you should probably try and get everyone to sign.

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