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Chapter 61: Religious Societies.

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G.S. 61-4§ 61-4. Trustees may convey property.[HTML] [RTF]
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G.S. 61-6§ 61-6. House on vacant land vests title.[HTML] [RTF]
G.S. 61-7§ 61-7. Governing body of assembly authorized to adopt traffic regulations.[HTML] [RTF]

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