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Video Notarization to Expire The General Assembly has not finalized action on the extension of the temporary emergency video notarization law, and will not do so before the law sunsets on Monday. We anticipate the General Assembly will be supportive of the extension and we expect it to be part of the upcoming COVID-related budget bill to be rolled out next week. However, other items in the bill are still being negotiated and the temporary emergency remote notarization will expire, even if it is for a short time. The law will expire at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, March 1, 2021. After this time, all notarial acts will revert to the original law requiring in-person presence by the principal signers.

Also expiring will be the time extension permitting an appointee to appear before a Register of Deeds within 90 days to take the oath of office. That time will revert back to 45 days.

We will provide you additional updates as we know more.

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The Charitable Solicitation Licensing Division maintains a registry of organizations licensed to solicit charitable contributions within the state. In addition, the Division licenses professionals who fundraise on behalf of those organizations. The Division also responds to consumer concerns regarding charitable solicitations, and works to enforce the Charitable Solicitation Law on behalf of all North Carolina.

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919-814-5400

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1-888-830-4989

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Charitable Solicitation Licensing Section
Post Office Box 29622
Raleigh, North Carolina 27626-0622

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NC Secretary of State
2 South Salisbury Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27601-2903
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