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Instructions For Preliminary Inventory Inventory On Side Two Of Application For Letters Of Administration {E-202ins}

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRELIMINARY INVENTORY ON SIDE TWO OF APPLICATION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION, FORM AOC-E-202, REV. 4/11 THE CLERK IS THE JUDGE OF PROBATE AND CANNOT PRACTICE LAW OR GIVE LEGAL ADVICE. ACCORDINGLY, THE CLERK'S STAFF CANNOT HELP YOU FILL OUT THIS FORM. PARTS OF THIS FORM ARE SELF-EXPLANATORY. HOWEVER, FOR ANY NECESSARY ASSISTANCE, YOU SHOULD CONSULT AN ATTORNEY. Application For Letters Of Administration, Form AOC-E-202, Rev. 7/06 If the decedent died without a will, a person authorized under G.S. 28A-4-1 may qualify to administer the estate by applying to the Clerk of Superior Court using this form. Side two of this form contains a preliminary listing of the assets of the estate. This part of the form is intended as a preliminary report to the clerk, heirs and creditors of the nature and probable value of the property, real and personal, wherever located, owned by the decedent as of the date of death. General Instructions: Type or print neatly in black ink. All values reported should be the fair market value of the item as of the date of death. If there is not sufficient space on this form, continue on a separate attachment. Except where instructed to itemize, you should report in a lump sum the estimated total value of all property in each category. A complete itemization and valuation of decedent's property must be listed on the Inventory Form (AOC-E-505) and filed with the clerk within three months after qualifying. l "Account" includes accounts in banks, savings and loans and other financial institutions, including money market accounts with brokerage houses or similar institutions. l "Joint Account With Right Of Survivorship" is an account in the name of two or more persons in which the deposit agreement (1) is signed by all parties and (2) expressly provides that, upon the death of one of the joint depositors, the interest of the decedent passes to the survivor(s). Any joint account which is not "with right of survivorship" is a joint account without right of survivorship. l "Stocks Or Bonds With Right Of Survivorship" are securities in which the certificate clearly states that upon the death of one of the joint owners the interest of the decedent passes to the survivor(s). Any jointly owned security which is not owned "with right of survivorship," is owned without right of survivorship. l "Securities Registered In Beneficiary Form" means stocks, bonds, or other securities officially registered with the issuer of the security indicating the current owner of the security and the person who will automatically become the new owner of the security upon the death of the owner." (See G.S. 41-40 et. seq.) PART I. PROPERTY OF THE ESTATE 1. Deposits In Sole Name Of Decedent - For each account, list the name of the institution, the account number and the balance on the date of death. 2. Joint Accounts Without Right Of Survivorship - For each account, list the name of the institution, the account number, and the name(s) of the other joint owner(s). If the percentage owned by the decedent can be determined, report that percentage and the value of that percentage on deposit on the date of death. If the percentage owned by the decedent is unclear, report the percentage as 100%, and list the total amount on deposit on the date of death. A copy of the signature card or depository contract should be attached either to this form or the Inventory (AOC-E-505.) 3. Stocks And Bonds In Sole Name Of Decedent Or Jointly Owned Without Right Of Survivorship - If the percentage owned by the decedent can be determined, report that percentage and the value, in a lump sum, of that percentage. If the percentage owned is unclear, report the percentage as 100%, and list the total value, in a lump sum, of all such stocks and bonds. A detailed itemization of these assets must be reported in the Inventory (AOC-E-505). 4. through 7. These categories should be self-explanatory. 8. Interest in Partnership Or Sole Proprietor Businesses - Report all solely owned business interest and all partnerships in which the decedent was a general or limited partner. List the name of the business or partnership, the names of the surviving partners, the decedent's percentage interest in that partnership, and the value of that partnership interest or business. 9. through 11. These categories should be self-explanatory. 12. Estimated Annual Income Of The Estate - Income of the estate includes, for example, interest on checking and other accounts opened in the name of the estate, dividends and interest on stocks and bonds owned in the name of the estate, and other income to the estate. Income of the estate does not include interest on accounts, or dividends or interest on stocks or bonds, which pass directly to a surviving joint owner. AOC-E-202 Instructions, Rev. 4/11 © 2011 Administrative Office of the Courts (Over) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com PART II. PROPERTY WHICH CAN BE ADDED TO ESTATE IF NEEDED TO PAY CLAIMS This part of the form is used to list certain kinds of property which the decedent owned or in which the decedent had an interest during his or her life time, which are not ordinarily part of the estate, but which may be recovered by the personal representative if the assets of the estate are not sufficient to pay all the debts of the decedent and claims against the estate. (NOTE: The personal representative should NOT receive or disburse any personal property in this category prior to meeting all statutory requirements for bonds or bond increases.) 1. Joint Accounts With Right Of Survivorship Under G.S.41-2.1 - List all joint accounts with right of survivorship. For each account, list the name of the financial institution, the account number, the names of the other joint owners, and the total balance on the date of death. Attach a copy of the signature card or depository contract of each such account to this form or to your Inventory (AOC-E-505.) 2. Stocks/Bonds/Securities Registered In Beneficiary Form or Jointly Owned With Right Of Survivorship - A lump sum total of the value of all such stocks or bonds should be reported here. A detailed itemization of these assets must be reported in the Inventory (AOC-E-505). It also includes securities registered in beneficiary form and immediately transferrable on death. 3. Other Personal Property Recoverable Under G.S. 28A-15-10 - This category includes accounts which are called "Payable On Death or Trustee Accounts" in the signature card o

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