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§ 8-1. Printed statutes and certified copies evidence.
§ 8-2. Martin's collection of private acts.
§ 8-3. Laws of other states or foreign countries.
§ 8-4. Judicial notice of laws of United States, other states and foreign countries.
§ 8-5. Town ordinances certified.
§ 8-6. Copies certified by Secretary of State or State Archivist.
§ 8-7. Certified copies of grants and abstracts.
§ 8-8. Certified copies of grants and abstracts recorded.
§ 8-9. Copies of grants certified by clerk of Secretary of State validated.
§ 8-10. Copies of grants in Burke.
§ 8-11. Copies of grants in Moore.
§ 8-12. Copies of grants in Onslow.
§ 8-13. Certain deeds dated before 1835 evidence of due execution.
§ 8-14. Certified copies of maps of Cherokee lands.
§ 8-15. Certified copies of certain surveys and maps obtained from the State of Tennessee.
§ 8-16. Evidence of title under H.E. McCulloch grants.
§ 8-17. Conveyances or certified copies evidence of title under McCulloch.
§ 8-18. Certified copies of registered instruments evidence.
§ 8-19. Common survey of contiguous tracts evidence.
§ 8-20: Repealed by Session Laws 1993, c. 288, s. 1.
§ 8-21. Deeds and records thereof lost, presumed to be in due form.
§ 8-22. Local: recitals in tax deeds in Haywood and Henderson.
§ 8-22.1. Local: tax deeds in Richmond.
§ 8-23. Local: copies of records from Tyrrell.
§ 8-24. Local: records of partition in Duplin.
§ 8-25. Local: records of wills in Duplin.
§ 8-26. Local: records of deeds and wills in Anson.
§ 8-27. Local: records of wills in Brunswick.
§ 8-28. Copies of wills.
§ 8-29. Copies of wills in Secretary of State's office.
§ 8-30. Copies of wills recorded in wrong county.
§ 8-31. Copy of will proved and lost before recorded.
§ 8-32. Certified copies of deeds and wills from other states.
§ 8-33. Copies of lost records in Bladen.
§ 8-34. Copies of official writings.
§ 8-35. Authenticated copies of public records.
§ 8-35.1. Division of Motor Vehicles' record admissible as prima facie evidence of convictions of offenses involving impaired driving.
§ 8-35.2. Records of clerk of court criminal index admissible in certain cases.
§ 8-36. Authenticated copy of record of administration.
§ 8-37. Certificate of Commissioner of Motor Vehicles as to ownership of automobile.
§ 8-37.1. Finding of presumed death.
§ 8-37.2. Report or record that person missing, interned, captured, etc.
§ 8-37.3. Deemed signed and issued pursuant to law; evidence of authority to certify.
§ 8-38: Repealed by Session Laws 1983 (Regular Session, 1984), c. 1037, s. 13.
§ 8-39. Parol evidence to identify land described.
§ 8-40: Repealed by Session Laws 1983 (Regular Session, 1984), c. 1037, s. 12.
§ 8-40.1: Repealed by Session Laws 1983 (Regular Session, 1984), c. 1037, s. 10.
§ 8-41. Bills of lading in evidence.
§ 8-42. Book accounts under sixty dollars.
§ 8-43. Book accounts proved by personal representative.
§ 8-44. Copies of book accounts in evidence.
§ 8-44.1. Hospital medical records.
§ 8-45. Itemized and verified accounts.
§ 8-45.1. Photographic reproductions admissible; destruction of originals.
§ 8-45.2. Uniformity of interpretation.
§ 8-45.3. Photographic reproduction of records of Department of Revenue and Employment Security Commission.
§ 8-45.4. Title of Article.
§ 8-45.5. Statements, releases, etc., obtained from persons in shock or under the influence of drugs; fraud presumed.
§ 8-46. Mortality tables as evidence.
§ 8-47. Present worth of annuities.
§ 8-48. Clark's Calendar; proof of dates.
§ 8-49. Witness not excluded by interest or crime.
§ 8-50. Parties competent as witnesses.
§ 8-50.1. Competency of blood tests; jury charge; taxing of expenses as costs.
§ 8-50.2. Results of speed-measuring instruments; admissibility.
§ 8-50.3: Expired September 30, 2007.
§ 8-51: Repealed by Session Laws 1983 (Regular Session, 1984), c. 1037, s. 5.
§ 8-51.1. Dying declarations.
§ 8-52. Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 41.
§ 8-53. Communications between physician and patient.
§ 8-53.1. Physician-patient and nurse privilege; limitations.
§ 8-53.2. Communications between clergymen and communicants.
§ 8-53.3. Communications between psychologist and client or patient.
§ 8-53.4. School counselor privilege.
§ 8-53.5. Communications between licensed marital and family therapist and client(s).
§ 8-53.6. No disclosure in alimony and divorce actions.
§ 8-53.7. Social worker privilege.
§ 8-53.8. Counselor privilege.
§ 8-53.9. Optometrist/patient privilege.
§ 8-53.10. Peer support group counselors.
§ 8-53.11. Persons, companies, or other entities engaged in gathering or dissemination of news.
§ 8-53.12. Communications with agents of rape crisis centers and domestic violence programs privileged.
§ 8-53.13. Nurse privilege.
§ 8-54. Defendant in criminal action competent but not compellable to testify.
§ 8-55. Testimony enforced in certain criminal investigations; immunity.
§ 8-56. Husband and wife as witnesses in civil action.
§ 8-57. Husband and wife as witnesses in criminal actions.
§ 8-57.1. Husband-wife privilege waived in child abuse.
§ 8-57.2. Presumed father or mother as witnesses where paternity at issue.
§ 8-58: Repealed by Session Laws 1973, c. 1286, ss. 11, 26.
§ 8-58.1. Injured party as witness when medical charges at issue.
§ 8-58.2. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-58.3. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-58.4. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-58.5. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§§ 8-58.6 through 8-58.11: Repealed by Session Laws 1983 (Regular Session, 1984), c. 1037, s. 2.
§§ 8-58.12 through 8-58.14: Repealed by Session Laws 1983 (Regular Session, 1984), c. 1037, s. 9.
§ 8-58.15 through 8-58.19: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-58.20. Forensic analysis admissible as evidence.
§ 8-59. Issue and service of subpoena.
§ 8-60. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 954, s. 4.
§ 8-61. Subpoena for the production of documentary evidence.
§ 8-62. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 954, s. 4.
§ 8-63. Witnesses attend until discharge; effect of nonattendance.
§ 8-64. Witnesses exempt from civil arrest.
§§ 8-65 through 8-70. Transferred to §§ 15A-811 through 15A-816 by Session Laws 1973, c. 1286, s. 9.
§§ 8-71 through 8-73. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 954, s. 4.
§ 8-74. Depositions for defendant in criminal actions.
§ 8-75. Repealed by Session Laws 1971, c. 381, s. 13.
§ 8-76. Depositions before municipal authorities.
§ 8-77: Repealed by Session Laws 1995, c. 379, s. 9.
§ 8-78. Commissioner may subpoena witness and punish for contempt.
§ 8-79. Attendance before commissioner enforced.
§ 8-80. Remedies against defaulting witness before commissioner.
§ 8-81. Objection to deposition before trial.
§ 8-82. Deposition not quashed after trial begun.
§ 8-83. When deposition may be read on the trial.
§ 8-84. Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 762, s. 4.
§ 8-85. Court reporter's certified transcription.
§§ 8-86 through 8-88. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 954, s. 4.
§ 8-89. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 954, s. 4.
§ 8-89.1. Repealed by Session Laws 1975, c. 762, s. 4.
§§ 8-90 through 8-91. Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 954, s. 4.
§ 8-92. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-93. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-94. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-95. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-96. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-97. Photographs as substantive or illustrative evidence.
§ 8-98. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-99. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-100. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-101. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-102. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-103. Courier service and contract carriers.
§ 8-104. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-105. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-106. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-107. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-108. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-109. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 8-110. Inadmissibility of negotiations.