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Governor Dan K. Moore proposed the 1965 General Assembly approve of a commission to study the board of trustees of the University of North Carolina. The commission was composed of nine members, appointed by the governor, lieutenant-governor, and senate membership. These individuals were responsible for reporting on the manner in which Board of Trustee members are appointed for the University of North Carolina.
The 1987 NC General Assembly enacted a statute to allow a trustee to cancel a deed of trust by recording a notice of satisfaction. This bulletin attempts to answer some of the questions registers of deeds continue to have regarding this method of cancellation. Campbell discusses three topics in the Bulletin: execution of a notice of satisfaction by the trustee or mortgagee, the necessary elements of a notice of satisfaction, and the register's entry of satisfaction when the notice is recorded.