North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 14. Criminal Law § 14-122. Forgery of deeds, wills and certain other instruments

If any person, of his own head and imagination, or by false conspiracy or fraud with others, shall wittingly and falsely forge and make, or shall cause or wittingly assent to the forging or making of, or shall show forth in evidence, knowing the same to be forged, any deed, lease or will, or any bond, writing obligatory, bill of exchange, promissory note, endorsement or assignment thereof;  or any acquittance or receipt for money or goods;  or any receipt or release for any bond, note, bill or any other security for the payment of money;  or any order for the payment of money or delivery of goods, with intent, in any of said instances, to defraud any person or corporation, and thereof shall be duly convicted, the person so offending shall be punished as a Class H felon.


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