North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 143. State Departments, Institutions, and Commissions

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  • Article 1A. Periodic Review of Certain State Agencies
  • Article 2B. Notice of Appointments to Public Offices
  • Article 3. Purchases and Contracts
  • Article 3A. Surplus Property
  • Article 3B. Conservation of Energy, Water, and Other Utilities in Government Facilities
  • Article 3C. Contracts to Obtain Consultant Services
  • Article 3D. Procurement of Architectural, Engineering, and Surveying Services
  • Article 3E. State/Public School Child Care Contracts
  • Article 3F. State Privacy Act
  • Article 3H. Overpayments of State Funds
  • Article 6. Officers of State Institutions
  • Article 6A. Rules of Conduct; Traffic Laws for Institutions
  • Article 7. Persons Admitted to Department of Health and Human Services Institutions to Pay Costs
  • Article 7A. Damage of Personal Property in State Institutions
  • Article 8. Public Contracts
  • Article 8B. State Building Commission
  • Article 8C. Performance Standards for Sustainable, Energy-Efficient Public Buildings
  • Article 9. Building Code Council and Building Code
  • Article 9A. North Carolina Manufactured Housing Board -- Manufactured Home Warranties
  • Article 9B. Uniform Standards Code for Manufactured Homes
  • Article 9C. North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board
  • Article 9E. Master Electrical and Natural Gas Meters Prohibited
  • Article 9F. North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • Article 9G. Military Lands Protection
  • Article 10. Various Powers and Regulations
  • Article 11. Revenue Bonds and Governmental Aid
  • Article 12A. Law-Enforcement Officers', Firemen's, Rescue Squad Workers' and Civil Air Patrol Members' Death Benefits Act
  • Article 12B. Salary Continuation Plan for Certain State Law-Enforcement Officers
  • Article 12C. Retirement Benefits for State Law-Enforcement Officers
  • Article 12D. Separation Allowances for Law-Enforcement Officers
  • Article 12E. Retirement Benefits for Local Governmental Law-Enforcement Officers
  • Article 12F. Separate Insurance Benefits Plan for State and Local Governmental Law-Enforcement Officers
  • Article 12G. Transfers of Assets of Law-Enforcement Officers' Retirement System to Other Retirement Systems
  • Article 12H. Sheriffs' Supplemental Pension Fund Act of 1985
  • Article 13. Publications
  • Article 15. Council of State Governments
  • Article 17. State Post-War Reserve Fund
  • Article 19. Roanoke Island Historical Association
  • Article 19C. Outdoor Historical Dramas
  • Article 21. Water and Air Resources
  • Article 21A. Oil Pollution and Hazardous Substances Control
  • Article 21B. Air Pollution Control
  • Article 21C. Permitting of Wind Energy Facilities
  • Article 22A. Agency Review of Engineering Work
  • Article 24. Wildlife Resources Commission
  • Article 25B. State Nature and Historic Preserve Dedication Act
  • Article 27. Settlement of Affairs of Certain Inoperative Boards and Agencies
  • Article 29. Commission to Study the Care of the Aged and Handicapped
  • Article 29A. Governor's Council on Employment of the Handicapped
  • Article 30. Nutbush Conservation Area
  • Article 31. Tort Claims Against State Departments and Agencies
  • Article 31A. Defense of State Employees, Medical Contractors and Local Sanitarians
  • Article 31B. Defense of Public School Employees
  • Article 31C. Service on Certification Entity
  • Article 31D. State Employee Federal Remedy Restoration Act
  • Article 33C. Meetings of Public Bodies
  • Article 34. Local Affairs
  • Article 36. Department of Administration
  • Article 36A. State Employee Suggestion Program (Nc-Thinks)
  • Article 38. Water Resources
  • Article 47. Promotion of Arts
  • Article 48. Executive Mansion
  • Article 49A. Equal Employment Practices
  • Article 49B. Equal Access to Public Accommodations
  • Article 51. Tobacco Museums
  • Article 51B. North Carolina Federal Tax Reform Allocation Committee
  • Article 52. Pesticide Board
  • Article 55. The Southern Growth Policies Agreement
  • Article 55A. Balanced Growth Policy Act
  • Article 56. Emergency Medical Services Act of 1973
  • Article 58. Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies
  • Article 59. Vocational Rehabilitation Services
  • Article 60. State and Certain Local Educational Entity Employees, Nonsalaried Public Officials, and Legislators Required to Repay Money Owed to State
  • Article 63. State Employees Workplace Requirements Program for Safety, Health, and Workers' Compensation
  • Article 64. Smoking in Public Places
  • Article 65. Medical Education and Primary Care
  • Article 68. Regulation of Boxing
  • Article 72. Commission on Children with Special Health Care Needs
  • Article 75. Tobacco Trust Fund
  • Article 77. Managed Care Patient Assistance Program
  • Article 79. Internal Auditing
  • Article 80. Permit Choice
  • Article 81. Single-Sex Multiple Occupancy Bathroom and Changing Facilities

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