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§ 52-1. Property of married persons secured.
§ 52-2. Capacity to contract.
§ 52-3. Married person may insure spouse's life.
§ 52-4. Earnings and damages.
§ 52-5. Torts between husband and wife.
§ 52-5.1. Tort actions between husband and wife arising out of acts occurring outside State.
§ 52-6. Repealed by Session Laws 1977, c. 375, s. 1, effective January 1, 1978.
§ 52-7. Validation of certificates of notaries public as to contracts or conveyances between husband and wife.
§ 52-8. Validation of contracts failing to comply with provisions of former § 52-6.
§ 52-9. Effect of absolute divorce decree on certificate failing to comply with § 52-6.
§ 52-10. Contracts between husband and wife generally; releases.
§ 52-10.1. Separation agreements.
§ 52-10.2. Resumption of marital relations defined.
§ 52-11. Antenuptial contracts and torts.
§ 52-12. Postnuptial crimes and torts.
§ 52-13. Procedures in causes of action for alienation of affection and criminal conversation.

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Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_52

§ 52-1. Property of married persons secured.
§ 52-2. Capacity to contract.
§ 52-3. Married person may insure spouse's life.
§ 52-4. Earnings and damages.
§ 52-5. Torts between husband and wife.
§ 52-5.1. Tort actions between husband and wife arising out of acts occurring outside State.
§ 52-6. Repealed by Session Laws 1977, c. 375, s. 1, effective January 1, 1978.
§ 52-7. Validation of certificates of notaries public as to contracts or conveyances between husband and wife.
§ 52-8. Validation of contracts failing to comply with provisions of former § 52-6.
§ 52-9. Effect of absolute divorce decree on certificate failing to comply with § 52-6.
§ 52-10. Contracts between husband and wife generally; releases.
§ 52-10.1. Separation agreements.
§ 52-10.2. Resumption of marital relations defined.
§ 52-11. Antenuptial contracts and torts.
§ 52-12. Postnuptial crimes and torts.
§ 52-13. Procedures in causes of action for alienation of affection and criminal conversation.

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