Brooks Pierce partner Ben Davis authored the recently published 2nd edition of the North Carolina Bankers Guide to Powers of Attorney. The Guide was published by the North Carolina Bankers Association.
The only publication dedicated exclusively to powers of attorney in the banking context, the Guide covers North Carolina’s power of attorney statutes and its system of registering powers of attorneys with registers of deeds offices.
Specific chapters in the Guide cover powers of attorney: what they are and why they are executed; durable powers of attorney; powers given to attorneys-in-fact; revocation and lapse of powers of attorney; and dealing with powers of attorney and attorneys-in-fact.
The Guide can be purchased for $40 from the North Carolina Bankers Association by visiting http://www.ncba.com/ or by calling 800.662.7044.
Author Ben Davis is a regulatory and transactional lawyer who advises North Carolina banks on matters involving securities law, regulatory compliance, corporate governance and check negotiation. Before joining Brooks Pierce, he served in the Office of the Army General Counsel in the Pentagon.