3 edition of Laws of North-Carolina. found in the catalog.
Laws of North-Carolina.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 22741|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57,  p.|
|Number of Pages||57|
If any slave shall buy or Laws of North-Carolina. book from any slave or slaves, or shall sell or deliver to any slave Laws of North-Carolina. book slaves any of the property prohibited to be bought by or received from, or to be sold or delivered to any slave by any free white person, by the laws of this State, he or she, on conviction thereof before any justice of the peace, shall receive on his or her bare back, not exceeding thirty-nine lashes, well laid on by any constable of said county, or other person appointed for that purpose. All public records should be kept in the buildings in which they are ordinarily used. Supreme Court ruling in Lawrence v. No person or persons at least 16 years of age shall while wearing a mask, hood or device whereby the person, face or voice is disguised so as to conceal the identity of the wearer, hold any manner of meeting, or make any demonstration upon the private property of another unless such person or persons shall first obtain from the owner or occupier of the property his or her written permission to do so, which said written permission shall be recorded in the office of the register of deeds of the county in which said property is located before the beginning of such meeting or demonstration. When any runaway whose owner is supposed to be resident in any other State, shall be committed to any public jail of this State, the keeper of the said jail shall, by the first opportunity after such commitment, send a description of such negro or runaway, together with the account of the time of commitment, and the county where such runaway is committed, to the press, to be advertised in the State Gazette; for which he shall be re-imbursed by the owner of the said slave or runaway. The author develops the foundation of North Carolina real property law and then puts theory into practice by describing numerous practical applications, from creating offer of This book is designed as a text book covering the major issues of real estate law.
If the request is denied, the denial shall be accompanied by an explanation of the basis for the denial. Insofar as possible, custodians of public records shall keep them in fireproof safes, vaults, or rooms fitted with noncombustible materials and in such arrangement as to be easily accessible for convenient use. For a capital offence must be tried on indictment and entitled t challeng jurors. Some blue laws still remain on the books in North Carolina. The School Name must not exceed 30 characters in length including spaces and punctuation.
Custodians of public records shall respond to all such requests as promptly as Laws of North-Carolina. book. If any keeper of an ordinary or other house of entertainment, or of a house wherein alcoholic beverages are retailed, shall knowingly suffer any game, at which money or property, or anything of value, is bet, whether the same be in stake or not, Laws of North-Carolina. book be played in any such house, or in any part of the premises occupied therewith; or shall furnish persons so playing or betting either on said premises or elsewhere with drink or other thing for their comfort or subsistence during the time of play, he shall be guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor. If any negro, mulatto or Indian, bond or free, shall, upon any trial where he may be examined as a witness, commit wilful and corrupt perjury, he or she shall, upon convictien thereof, be sentenced to receive the same punishment as is imposed upon a freeman for the commission of the same offence. Every constable, on the receipt of such runaway, shall give a receipt for him or her; and upon failure to execute such warrant or give such receipt, shall forfeit and pay two dollars for the use of the county, to be recovered before any justice of the county where such constable shall reside.
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Insofar as possible, custodians of public records shall keep them in fireproof safes, vaults, or rooms fitted with noncombustible materials and in such arrangement as to be easily accessible for convenient use.
Do NOT use the name of your curriculum in your school name, even if you are registered with an Laws of North-Carolina. book distance learning program. If any free negro or mulatto, shall entertain any Laws of North-Carolina. book in his or her house during the sab-bath, or in the night between sun set and run-rise, he or she shall, for entertaining such slave, be subject to a fine of two dollars for the first offence, and four dollars for every subsequent offence, to be recovered on conviction before any one justice of the peace, and applied to the use of the poor of the county in which the offence shall be committed, saving to the party the right of appealing.
North Carolina had previously denied marriage rights to same-sex couples by statute since A transcript, exemplification, or certified copy of such preservation duplicate shall be deemed for all purposes to be a transcript, exemplification, or certified copy of the original record.
Any man and woman found occupying the same bedroom in any hotel, public inn or boardinghouse for any immoral purpose, or any man and woman falsely registering as, or otherwise representing themselves to be, husband and wife in any hotel, public inn or boardinghouse, shall be deemed guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor.
Advance sheets are then compiled and printed in the hard-bound volumes of the North Carolina Reports and North Carolina Court of Appeals Reports, respectively. Any public official who causes a record book to be copied shall attest it and shall certify on oath that it is an accurate copy of the original book.
Southern Bell Tel. Any slave convicted of setting fire to any woods, under circumstances which, if the offence were committed by a free person, would subject such free person to a penalty, shall be ordered to receive on his bare back thirty-nine lashes.
The measure passed on a vote of 30—16 in the state Senate and a vote of 74—42 in the state House.
Any emancipation, granted to any slave or slaves, as herein directed, shall be upon the express condition that he, she or they will leave the State within ninety days from the Laws of North-Carolina. book thereof, and never will return within the State afterwards.
Laws of North-Carolina. book any slave shall be guilty of producing any forged free pass or certificate, he or she so offending, shall on conviction before any Justice of the peace, be sentenced to receive as many lashes on his bare back, not exceeding thirty-nine, as the said justice may in his discretion direct.
IF it was previously terminated and you are now re-opening it, answer "Yes" to question 1 and then, on that same line, give the former county if it will now be in a different one. No slave shall go armed with gun, sword, club or other weapon, or shall keep any such weapon, or shall hunt or Laws of North-Carolina.
book with a gun in the woods, upon any pretence whatsoever; and if any slave shall be found offending herein, it shall and may be lawful for any person or persons to seize, and take to his own use, such gun, sword or other Page 4 weapon, and to apprehend and deliver such slave to the next constable, who is enjoined and required, without further order or warrant, to give such slave twenty lashes on his or her bare back, and to send him or her home: and the master or owner of such slave shall pay the taker-up of such armed slave the same reward as by this act is Laws of North-Carolina.
book for taking up runaways. Records of the test results must be retained at the home school for at least one year and made available to DNPE when Laws of North-Carolina. book. Penalty It shall be the duty of all grand juries within this State, to make presentment of all slaves who may hereafter be emancipated, who may violate the provisions Laws of North-Carolina.
book this act; and upon such presentment, it shall be the duty of the Laws of North-Carolina. book officer of the county wherein the presentment may be made, to prosecute such slave as herein before provided.
Every sheriff selling as aforesaid may retain out of the purchase money of such negro, mulatto or person of colour, so sold, beside the rewards above directed to be paid, and beside the reasonable charges at which the said sheriff shall be, in keeping such negro, mulatto or person of colour, till the day of sale, and in advertising as a foresaid, the further sum of six per centum on the gross proceeds of such sale, which shall be in full compensation of his services.
Every constable, on the receipt of such runaway, shall give a receipt for him or her; and upon failure to execute such warrant or give such receipt, shall forfeit and pay two dollars for the use of the county, to be recovered before any justice of the county where such constable shall reside.
Either of the parties or master of the slave convicted under either of the two preceding sections shall be entitled to an appeal from the judgment of the justice or of the county court; and no indictment shall be prosecuted for so trading with a slave, unless the indictment be commenced within twelve months from the time of the offence committed.
If no person can be found who will pay the fine so imposed, for the services of the free person of colour so fined, for a space of time not exceeding five years, then it shall be the duty of the sheriff to hire the free person of colour to any person who will pay the highest sum for his services for five years; which sum shall discharge the fine; and it shall be the duty of the sheriff, after deducting five per cent.
Notify DNPE when the school is no longer in operation. Jarell that the state law did not permit adoption by a second unmarried person irrespective of the sex of those involved.
Only a few state blue laws are still in effect. In all cases of insurrection or rebellion, or of conspiracy to make insurrection, or to murder or rebel, or any such comtemplated conspiracy, insurrection or rebellion, of any slave or slaves, upon the information and at the request of any five justices of the peace of the county in which such conspiracy, insurrection or rebellion shall happen or may be contemplated, the Governor for the time being, shall be authorised and have power to issue a commission of Oyer and Terminer, to any one of the judges of the Superior Courts of Law; and in case the said judges are necessarily engaged on their circuits, the Governor shall be authorised and have power to issue a commission to one of the judges of the Supreme Court, whose duty it shall be to hold said court forthwith, and who shall be clothed with all the powers necessary for the trial of all such slave or slaves, as may be charged with any of the before mentioned offences.
If any slave shall refuse or neglect to leave the State as aforesaid, or shall ever come within the same after having left it, it shall and may be lawful for any person to bring suit, in the name of the State, for the joint use of himself and the wardens of the poor of the county, and to be applied by them to the support of the poor of said county, upon the bond which may have been given in pursuance of the provisions of this act.
The text explains the theoretical bases of real property law in North Carolina and then provides practical, hands-on examples of how to apply this theoretical knowledge.
The first known blue law was passed in in New Haven, Connecticut, and supposedly took its name from having been printed on blue paper. If the request is granted, the copies shall be provided as soon as reasonably possible. Other forms, including NC Court formscan be found online.
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