North Carolina General Statutes § 8-17 Conveyances or certified copies evidence of title under McCulloch

In all trials where the title of either plaintiff or defendant shall be derived from Henry Eustace McCulloch, or Henry McCulloch, out of their tracts numbers one and three, it shall not be required of such party to produce, in support of his title, either the original grant from the crown to the proprietors, or a registered copy thereof; but in all such cases the grant or deed executed by such reputed proprietors, or by his or their lawful attorney, or a certified copy thereof, shall be deemed and held sufficient proof of the title of such proprietors, in the same manner as though the original grants were produced in evidence. (1807, c. 724, P.R.; R.C., c. 44, s. 2; Code, s. 1337; Rev., s. 1601; C.S., s. 1762.)

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