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Order Authorizing Motor Vehicle Sale {SP-906M}

This is a North Carolina form that can be used for Special Proceedings within Statewide.

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File No. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA In The General Court Of Justice Superior Court Division County Before The Clerk IN THE MATTER OF: Name Of Petitioner VERSUS ORDER Name Of Respondent(s) AUTHORIZING MOTOR VEHICLE SALE G.S. 44A-4(b)(1) The petitioner has filed with the clerk a petition in proper form indicating that the petitioner has a valid lien against each of the motor vehicles listed below and that the Division of Motor Vehicles has notified the petitioner that the registered or certified mail notice(s) of intent to sell the motor vehicle(s) has been returned as undeliverable or that the name of the owner(s) of the motor vehicle(s), which had a fair market value of less than $800, could not be determined. Make/Year ID No. Name Of Registered Owner Vehicle No. 1 Vehicle No. 2 Vehicle No. 3 Vehicle No. 4 It is ORDERED that the petitioner shall have the right to sell to the highest bidder the motor vehicle(s) listed above on the date and at the location shown below, and to disburse the proceeds in accordance with the petition and G.S. 44A-4. The Petitioner must comply with the sale provisions of G.S. 44A-4. It is also ORDERED that the petitioner immediately mail a copy of the petition and this Order by first class mail, pursuant to G.S. 1A-1, Rule 5, to the owner of the motor vehicle; the person with whom the petitioner dealt, if different from the owner; and each secured party and person claiming an interest in the vehicle to whom the Division of Motor Vehicles mailed notice of the lien. Date Of Public Sale Or Date After Which Private Sale Proposed Date Time Of Public Sale Signature AM PM Location Of Proposed Sale Assistant CSC Clerk Of Superior Court NOTE TO VEHICLE OWNER: If you wish to contest this Order, you must file a written statement that you contest the sale or the lien with the office of the Clerk of Superior Court before the time of sale as shown above. AOC-SP-906M, Rev. 4/97 1997 Administrative Office of the Courts

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