North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 52. Powers and Liabilities of Married Persons § 52-11. Antenuptial contracts and torts
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The liability of a married person for any debts owing, or contracts made or damages incurred before marriage shall not be impaired or altered by such marriage. No person shall by marriage incur any liability for any debts owing, or contracts made, or for wrongs done by his or her spouse before the marriage.
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