Trusts & Estates – Life Insurance – Missing Person – Declaration of Death – Civil Practice – AppealsDayton v. Dayton Where the trial court made a final finding under G.S. § 28C-11(a) that plaintiff’s missing person had suffered an accidental death, this was a final decree, and the defendant-insurance company neither appealed, nor timely filed a motion to amend.
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Published: May 17, 2012
Time posted: 11:22 am
Tags: appeals, Civil Practice, Declaration of Death, life insurance, Missing Person, trusts & estates