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A promissory note, commonly known as an "IOU" is a legal contract between a borrower and a lender. The document legallly binds the borrower to repay the lender the money borrowed, plus interest if applicable. A secured promissory note is backed by collateral, such as real estate, while an unsecured note does not have collateral associated with it. A promissory note is related to a loan agreement

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North Carolina Promissory Note: What Is It?

A North Carolina promissory note is a contract between a creditor and a debtor related to a loan that was given. A North Carolina promissory note can be secured or unsecured. If a North Carolina promissory note documents a loan of less than $25,000, the maximum interest rate is 16% or 6% above the six month U.S. Treasury bills.

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