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§50‑3.  Venue; removal of action.

In all proceedings fordivorce, the summons shall be returnable to the court of the county in whicheither the plaintiff or defendant resides.

[In] any action brought underChapter 50 for alimony or divorce filed in a county where the plaintiff residesbut the defendant does not reside, where both parties are residents of theState of North Carolina, and where the plaintiff removes from the State andceases to be a resident, the action may be removed upon motion of the defendant,for trial or for any motion in the cause, either before or after judgment, tothe county in which the defendant resides. The judge, upon such motion, shallorder the removal of the action, and the procedures of G.S. 1‑87 shall befollowed. (1871‑2, c. 193, s. 40; Code, s. 1289; Rev., s.1559; 1915, c. 229, s. 1; C.S., s. 1657; 1977, 2nd Sess., c. 1223.)

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-3

§50‑3.  Venue; removal of action.

In all proceedings fordivorce, the summons shall be returnable to the court of the county in whicheither the plaintiff or defendant resides.

[In] any action brought underChapter 50 for alimony or divorce filed in a county where the plaintiff residesbut the defendant does not reside, where both parties are residents of theState of North Carolina, and where the plaintiff removes from the State andceases to be a resident, the action may be removed upon motion of the defendant,for trial or for any motion in the cause, either before or after judgment, tothe county in which the defendant resides. The judge, upon such motion, shallorder the removal of the action, and the procedures of G.S. 1‑87 shall befollowed. (1871‑2, c. 193, s. 40; Code, s. 1289; Rev., s.1559; 1915, c. 229, s. 1; C.S., s. 1657; 1977, 2nd Sess., c. 1223.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-3

§50‑3.  Venue; removal of action.

In all proceedings fordivorce, the summons shall be returnable to the court of the county in whicheither the plaintiff or defendant resides.

[In] any action brought underChapter 50 for alimony or divorce filed in a county where the plaintiff residesbut the defendant does not reside, where both parties are residents of theState of North Carolina, and where the plaintiff removes from the State andceases to be a resident, the action may be removed upon motion of the defendant,for trial or for any motion in the cause, either before or after judgment, tothe county in which the defendant resides. The judge, upon such motion, shallorder the removal of the action, and the procedures of G.S. 1‑87 shall befollowed. (1871‑2, c. 193, s. 40; Code, s. 1289; Rev., s.1559; 1915, c. 229, s. 1; C.S., s. 1657; 1977, 2nd Sess., c. 1223.)

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