North Carolina Legal Notices

The North Carolina judiciary is not responsible for the content of linked pages. The User expressly acknowledges that the North Carolina judiciary will not be liable for the defamatory, abusive or illegal conduct of other users, links or third parties, and that the risk of harm by the foregoing rests entirely with the User. Links from North Carolina Judiciary websites on the World Wide Web to other websites do not constitute an endorsement by the judicial system. These links are provided as an informational service only. It is the responsibility of the user to evaluate the content and usefulness of information obtained from other websites. Because the North Carolina judiciary is not responsible for the availability of these external resources or their content, you should direct any concerns about an external link to the site administrator or webmaster. The public announcements on this website were first published in a particular newspaper in North Carolina; They are then uploaded to this website as a public service of the North Carolina Press Association and its members, which includes all newspapers in North Carolina. 68% think governments should be forced to advertise in a newspaper as a service to the community. Public announcements contain information about activities and events that affect the lives of citizens due to government actions or requirements. These include important measures such as government hearings and meetings; zoning, annexation and land use changes; election ads; municipal budgets, taxes and special assessment information; invitations to tender for public works and service contracts; applications for permits and licences, land and water use regulations; Judicial and executive sales, sale of seized and abandoned assets, and much more.

All of these actions affect you and your community. The North Carolina legislature has recognized the need and right of the public to be informed of these activities and events. As a result, public and legal announcements are published in newspapers in order to effectively disseminate this important information in their communities, while ensuring historical protection and easy public access. Find public announcements wherever you want This website is a compilation of public announcements that are first published in North Carolina newspapers. Notices are continually updated based on the publication date of each newspaper. This is a freely accessible website with a variety of search features. There is no charge for any government agency to support this website. rather, it is a public service of North Carolina newspapers to disseminate this information as widely as possible to taxpayers and citizens of North Carolina.

86% cite local newspapers as their most „reliable“ source of public announcements compared to government websites. However, in today`s mobile society, many citizens have interests outside their region and need to be informed about government activities on a larger scale. That`s why NCNotices.com was created. It allows individuals and businesses across the state — and the country or the world — to quickly and efficiently search for public announcements throughout North Carolina using a central database. So you can find public ads in your local print newspaper, on their website, or in www.ncnotices.com – newspapers have proven to be a lifeline for community news, which is vital for the public during the pandemic. Instead of killing messengers, counties and cities should continue to publish legal notices in newspapers and help maintain this important line of communication with the local community. Because up to one-third of North Carolina residents don`t have access to the internet, can`t afford it, and wouldn`t visit government-run websites, even if they had internet access. These efforts to limit public announcements would bury public announcements on a website that few or no citizens visit, thereby killing the public`s right to information. Public notices are an essential part of the legal process, as they inform taxpayers and citizens of planned or ongoing actions taken by government agencies or courts that may affect them individually or their personal property. Public newspaper announcements fulfill these important steps in the judicial process: accessible, archivable, independent and verifiable. 72% of adults read public ads in local print or digital newspapers.

These measures bring local governments into private enterprises and expand the scope of government. Posting public announcements on government sites is not a healthy option for democracy. Newspapers are an independent third party responsible for printing and archiving a permanent record of these public announcements – who would be held liable if these ads were to be published only on a government-run website? Public notices contain important information that serves a number of purposes.

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