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North Carolina General Statutes 51-3.1 - Interracial marriages validated

North Carolina General Statutes > Chapter 51 > Article 1 > § 51-3.1 - Interracial marriages validated


Current as of: 2010

All interracial marriages that were declared void by statute or a court of competent jurisdiction prior to March 24, 1977, are hereby validated. The parties to such interracial marriages are deemed to be lawfully married, provided that the provisions of this Chapter have been complied with.

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