Since you have hit most of the major reference sites, I took a different tack in researching, hoping to come up with one or two things you have not found in your searching. I used scroogle.org
(a scrubbed version of Google.com).
Here are two statutes of frauds in North Carolina North Carolina General Statutes § 25-2A-201. Statute of frauds. Leases
, generally (not land).North Carolina General Statutes § 22-2. Contract for sale of land; leases.
Sale of land and leases.
And, here are some cases that deal in statutes of frauds:Laing v. Lewis, 133 NC App 172 (98-865) 05/04/1999
Maxwell v. Wayne National Bank, 175 N. Car. 180, 95 S. E. 147 (I found this citation in an article
, but it omitted the year).Bass v. Siloam Baptist Church
, (NO. COA03-410) (N.C. Ct. App. 2004) (Unpublished Opinion). Useful for the cases it cites, although citation to unpublished opinions is disfavored.
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