North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 98. Burnt and Lost Records § 98-13. Copies contained in court records may be recorded
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The copies aforesaid of all such deeds, wills, conveyances and other instruments proper to be recorded or registered, as are mentioned in G.S. 98-12 , may be recorded or registered on application to the clerk of the superior court and due proof that the original thereof was genuine.
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