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North Carolina General Statutes > Chapter 1 > Article 4 - Limitations, Real Property


Current as of: 2010
§ 1-35Title against State
§ 1-36Title presumed out of State
§ 1-37Such possession valid against claimants under State
§ 1-38Seven years' possession under color of title
§ 1-39Seizin within twenty years necessary
§ 1-40Twenty years adverse possession
§ 1-41Action after entry
§ 1-42Possession follows legal title; severance of surface and subsurface rights
§ 1-42.1Certain ancient mineral claims extinguished in certain counties
§ 1-42.2Certain additional ancient mineral claims extinguished; oil, gas and mineral interests to be recorded and listed for taxation
§ 1-42.3Additional ancient mineral claims extinguished in certain counties; oil, gas and mineral interests to be recorded and listed for taxation in such counties
§ 1-42.4Additional ancient mineral claims extinguished in Ashe County; oil, gas and mineral interests to be recorded and listed for taxation
§ 1-42.5Additional ancient mineral claims extinguished in Avery County; oil, gas and mineral interests to be recorded in such county
§ 1-42.6Additional ancient oil, gas or mineral interests extinguished in Alleghany County; recording interests; listing interests for taxation
§ 1-42.7Additional amount mineral claims extinguished in Chatham County; oil, gas and mineral interests to be recorded and listed for taxation
§ 1-42.8Ancient mineral claims extinguished in Rutherford County; oil, gas and mineral interests to be recorded and listed for taxation
§ 1-42.9Ancient mineral claims extinguished in certain counties; oil, gas and mineral interests to be recorded and listed for taxation
§ 1-43Tenant's possession is landlord's
§ 1-44No title by possession of right-of-way
§ 1-44.1Presumption of abandonment of railroad right-of-way
§ 1-44.2Presumptive ownership of abandoned railroad easements
§ 1-45No title by possession of public ways
§ 1-45.1No adverse possession of property subject to public trust rights

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