North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 29. Intestate Succession § 29-3. Certain distinctions as to intestate succession abolished

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In the determination of those persons who take upon intestate succession there is no distinction:

(1) Between real and personal property, or

(2) Between ancestral and nonancestral property, or

(3) Between relations of the whole blood and those of the half blood.

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