North Carolina General Statutes § 1-236.1 Transcripts of judgments certified by deputy clerks validated

Each transcript of judgment from the original docket of the superior or district court of a county where the same was rendered and docketed, heretofore certified under the official seal of said court, by a deputy clerk thereof, in his own name as such deputy clerk, and docketed on the judgment docket of another county in the State, is hereby validated and declared of full force and effect in such county  where docketed, from the date of docketing of the same, to the same extent and with the same effect as if said transcript of judgment had  been certified in the name of the clerk of the superior court of said  original county, and under his hand and official seal. (1943, c. 11; 1971, c. 268, s. 8.)

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