North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 47B. Real Property Marketable Title Act § 47B-9. Chapter to be liberally construed
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This Chapter shall be liberally construed to effect the legislative purpose of simplifying and facilitating real property title transactions by allowing persons to rely on a record chain of title of 30 years as described in G.S. 47B-2, subject only to such limitations as appear in G.S. 47B-3.
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