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2 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning and Admiralty / Maritime for North Carolina on
Q: Hello, I just turned in my 90 day inventory to my local NC clerk of court.

They advised I wait a few months to see if any debits or credits came in. I thought after 90 days I could wait a few weeks and do the final accounting. I did of course do the 90 day notice to creditors in legal but I didn't mail or hand deliver any notices. Thanks.

Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst answered on Jan 7, 2021

Do you have a question? If so, you should try posting again.

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2 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Admiralty / Maritime for North Carolina on
Q: brother took over our father land after he died in 1973 but many of my siblings never signed and were minors
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Oct 31, 2020

Unless this involved a vessel or had some other kind of maritime connection, it looks more like something on which a probate - estate planning attorney would be able to offer meaningful insight. You could repost and add Probate and Estate Planning to your Real Estate category, or you could reach... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Admiralty / Maritime for North Carolina on
Q: If I bond a person out of jail and he dosent go to court can I go to jail for him not going to court
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Jan 2, 2020

There did not seem to be an admiralty-maritime issue in this post. You could have better chances of getting a meaningful response if you repost in the Criminal Law section. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

Q: Is our court actually considered a tribunal as in Admiralty law. The judge, DA and the prosecutor?

As a sovereign we have the jurisdiction over the land of the United States of America. What is the difference between a STRAWMAN and a Human Being.

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Feb 16, 2019

People use the terms loosely, but U.S. Constitution grants U.S. Courts authority to hear admiralty cases in Section 2 of Article III. In terms of maritime prosecutions, it is common for them to sometimes be handled jointly between the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Coast Guard, depending on... Read more »

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