North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 53B. Financial Privacy Act § 53B-7. Customer challenge
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(a) Within 10 days after service of a court order or subpoena under this Chapter a customer may apply to the superior court of the county in which he resides for an order quashing or modifying the court order or subpoena. The customer shall deliver or mail a copy of the application to the government authority and the financial institution named in the court order or subpoena. The superior court shall grant or deny the application within 10 days after it is filed.
(b) Nothing in this Chapter affects the right of a financial institution to challenge a request for financial records by a government authority under existing law.
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