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§ 49-1. Title.
§ 49-2. Nonsupport of illegitimate child by parents made misdemeanor.
§ 49-3. Place of birth of child no consideration.
§ 49-4. When prosecution may be commenced.
§ 49-5. Prosecution; death of mother no bar; determination of fatherhood.
§ 49-6. Mother not excused on ground of self-incrimination; not subject to penalty.
§ 49-7. Issues and orders.
§ 49-8. Power of court to modify orders, suspend sentence, etc.
§ 49-9. Bond for future appearance of defendant.
§ 49-10. Legitimation.
§ 49-11. Effects of legitimation.
§ 49-12. Legitimation by subsequent marriage.
§ 49-12.1. Legitimation when mother married.
§ 49-13. New birth certificate on legitimation.
§ 49-13.1: Repealed by Session Laws 2004-203, s. 3, effective August 17, 2004.
§ 49-14. Civil action to establish paternity.
§ 49-15. Custody and support of illegitimate children when paternity established.
§ 49-16. Parties to proceeding.
§ 49-17. Jurisdiction over nonresident or nonpresent persons.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_49

§ 49-1. Title.
§ 49-2. Nonsupport of illegitimate child by parents made misdemeanor.
§ 49-3. Place of birth of child no consideration.
§ 49-4. When prosecution may be commenced.
§ 49-5. Prosecution; death of mother no bar; determination of fatherhood.
§ 49-6. Mother not excused on ground of self-incrimination; not subject to penalty.
§ 49-7. Issues and orders.
§ 49-8. Power of court to modify orders, suspend sentence, etc.
§ 49-9. Bond for future appearance of defendant.
§ 49-10. Legitimation.
§ 49-11. Effects of legitimation.
§ 49-12. Legitimation by subsequent marriage.
§ 49-12.1. Legitimation when mother married.
§ 49-13. New birth certificate on legitimation.
§ 49-13.1: Repealed by Session Laws 2004-203, s. 3, effective August 17, 2004.
§ 49-14. Civil action to establish paternity.
§ 49-15. Custody and support of illegitimate children when paternity established.
§ 49-16. Parties to proceeding.
§ 49-17. Jurisdiction over nonresident or nonpresent persons.

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