The North Carolina General Statutes are the codified laws of the state of North Carolina. They are a collection of all the current and enforceable laws that have been passed by the North Carolina General Assembly, which is the state’s legislative branch. The General Statutes cover a wide range of topics, including criminal law, civil law, family law, business law, environmental law, and more.
The North Carolina General Statutes are organized into chapters and sections, with each chapter covering a specific area of the law. The General Statutes are available online through the North Carolina General Assembly’s website. The General Statutes are regularly updated to reflect changes in the law, and it is important for individuals and businesses to stay up-to-date on any changes that may affect them.