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§ 50‑77.  Privileged andinadmissible evidence.

(a)        All statements,communications, and work product made or arising from a collaborative lawprocedure are confidential and are inadmissible in any court proceeding. Workproduct includes any written or verbal communications or analysis of any third‑partyexperts used in the collaborative law procedure.

(b)        All communicationsand work product of any attorney or third‑party expert hired for purposesof participating in a collaborative law procedure shall be privileged andinadmissible in any court proceeding, except by agreement of the parties. (2003‑371, s. 1.)

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-77

§ 50‑77.  Privileged andinadmissible evidence.

(a)        All statements,communications, and work product made or arising from a collaborative lawprocedure are confidential and are inadmissible in any court proceeding. Workproduct includes any written or verbal communications or analysis of any third‑partyexperts used in the collaborative law procedure.

(b)        All communicationsand work product of any attorney or third‑party expert hired for purposesof participating in a collaborative law procedure shall be privileged andinadmissible in any court proceeding, except by agreement of the parties. (2003‑371, s. 1.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-77

§ 50‑77.  Privileged andinadmissible evidence.

(a)        All statements,communications, and work product made or arising from a collaborative lawprocedure are confidential and are inadmissible in any court proceeding. Workproduct includes any written or verbal communications or analysis of any third‑partyexperts used in the collaborative law procedure.

(b)        All communicationsand work product of any attorney or third‑party expert hired for purposesof participating in a collaborative law procedure shall be privileged andinadmissible in any court proceeding, except by agreement of the parties. (2003‑371, s. 1.)

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