North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 61. Religious Societies § 61-6. House on vacant land vests title
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All houses and edifices erected for public religious worship on vacant lands, or on lands of the State not for other purposes intended or appropriated, together with two acres adjoining the same, shall hereafter be held and kept sacred for divine worship, to and for the use of the society by which the same was originally established.
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