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Cases involving complex and significant issues of corporate and commercial law in NC are assigned by the Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court to a special superior court judge who oversees resolution of all matters in the case through trial.
For more detailed information on North Carolina regulations see:
North Carolina Collection NoCar Ref KFN 7840 A1 N67x
FINDING STATE STATUTES (NON-NC STATES)
Tip: Remember that some states use the word Code, some use the word Statutes – they are the same thing (the laws currently in effect in that state).
Via (freely available) State Government Web sites
State governments provide access to statutes, and usually also to bills, via their websites. You can go to a state home page, or use a website called FINDLAW to search across state statutes by subject. Go to http://www.findlaw.com then look to the right of the page to "Learn More About” -- Divorce and Family Law.