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North Carolina General Statutes ? Chapter 51: Marriage ? Article 1: General Provisions

Prohibited degrees of kinship


When the degree of kinship is estimated with a view to ascertain the right of kinspeople to marry, the half?blood shall be counted as the whole?blood: Provided, that nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to invalidate any marriage heretofore contracted in case where by counting the half?blood as the whole?blood the persons contracting such marriage would be nearer of kin than first cousins; but in every such case the kinship shall be ascertained by counting relations of the half?blood as being only half so near kin as those of the same degree of the whole?blood.

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( c. 78; Code, s. 1811; Rev., s. 2084; C.S., s. 2496.)


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