In any action specified in G.S. 1-487, when the judge finds as a fact that the contention of either party is not in good
faith and is not based upon evidence constituting a prima facie title, upon motion
of the other party, who may satisfy the court of the bona fides of his contention
and who may produce evidence showing a prima facie title, the court may allow such
party to cut the timber trees by giving bond as required by law. Nothing in this section affects the right of appeal, and when any party to such
action has been enjoined, a sufficient bond must be required to cover all damages
that may accrue to the party enjoined by reason of the injunction as now required
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