Below you will find links to three forms of the Written Consent to Amend The Declaration, the only difference being in the Notarial Seal area. These forms are safely hosted on a private server and are no larger than 167 kb in size.
You only need to complete one form, but it must to be the right one based on how title to your Ocean Sands property is held. In short, signatures should follow the deed to the property.
If husband and wife own the lot and are on the deed, both need to sign and date in the presence of a notary. If multiple individuals own the lot and are on the deed, all need to sign, including any partnership. If it is a hardship for all individuals to be present, individual signed, dated and notarized pages are permitted. Click the link below to retrieve the form for Individuals:
If the property is held by a Corporation (either an LLC or an Inc.), use the form for Corporations and have it signed by the Managing Member or President of the company. Click the link below to retrieve the form for Corporation or LLC
If the property is held in a Trust, use the form for Trusts and have it signed by all Trustees. Click the link below to retrieve the form for a Trust:
Again, if it is inconvenient for all owners to sign one piece of paper (perhaps due to distance between owners), you may submit multiple copies as long as, in total, all required signatures are present. Please indicate that there will be multiple forms submitted to the law firm, so the firm does not contact you for missing signatures. If, in the case of multiple owners, all signatures do not fit on one form, you also may use an additional signature page.
Notaries may be found at your bank, most libraries, legal or realty offices, and most UPS Stores (fee). In order to preserve the “chain of custody” please mail the completed form back to:
James H. Slaughter
Black, Slaughter & Black, P.A.
P.O. Box 41027
Greensboro, NC 27404
-PLEASE DO NOT mail it to the Governance Committee PO Box-
We thank you for your cooperation in completing and returning this form to our attorney. While Coastland has recently taken a couple of small steps in the right direction, it is too little too late and does not solve the Coastland’s unavoidable conflict of interest between Developer and community interests. We will not be able to optimize the management and maintenance of our development until we take control of the Ocean Sands Property Owners Association!