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Since I own my own corporation, may I represent my business in the district or superior court?

No. Established case law and statutory law provide that a corporation may not practice law in North Carolina. Accordingly, a corporation is well-advised to obtain an attorney should it desire to try a legal issue in North Carolina courts. While a non-lawyer may represent a corporation in small claims court, that option is not available should the case be appealed de novo to the district court.

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This information applies to All Counties in North Carolina.

Source: https://hscattorneys.com/litigation-in-district-and-superior-courts-faqs/

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