Article 10.

Effective Date and Repealer.

§ 25-10-101.  Effective date.

This act shall become effective at midnight on June 30, 1967. It applies to transactions entered into and events occurring after that date. (1965, c. 700, s. 11.)

 

§ 25-10-102.  Specific repealer; provision for transition.

(1)        The following acts and all other acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed:

Uniform Negotiable Instruments Act, G.S. 25-1 through G.S. 25-199.

Uniform Warehouse Receipts Act, G.S. 27-1 through G.S. 27-53.

Uniform Bills of Lading Act, G.S. 21-1 through G.S. 21-41.

Uniform Stock Transfer Act, G.S. 55-75 through G.S. 55-98.

Uniform Trust Receipts Act, G.S. 45-46 through G.S. 45-66.

Agricultural liens for advances, G.S. 44-52 through G.S. 44-64.

Bank collections, G.S. 53-57 and 53-58.

Bulk sales, G.S. 39-23.

Factor's lien acts, G.S. 44-70 through G.S. 44-76.

Assignment of accounts receivable, G.S. 44-77 through G.S. 44-85.

(2)        Transactions validly entered into before July 1, 1967, and the  rights, duties and interests flowing from them remain valid thereafter and may be terminated, completed, consummated or enforced as required or permitted by any statute or other law amended or repealed by this act as though such repeal or amendment had not occurred. (1965, c. 700, s. 2.)

 

§ 25-10-103.  General repealer.

Except as provided in the following section, all acts and parts of acts inconsistent with this act are hereby repealed. (1965, c. 700, s. 6.)

 

§ 25-10-104: Repealed by Session Laws 2006-112, s. 56, effective October 1, 2006.

 

§ 25-10-105.  Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 562, s. 3.

 

§ 25-10-106.  Covered transactions not subject to prior registration statutes.

Any security interest subject to article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code and which is perfected by filing or otherwise under the Uniform Commercial Code, article 9, shall not be subject in any way to chapter 47 of the North Carolina General Statutes. (1965, c. 700, s. 4.)

 

§ 25-10-107.  Repealed by Session Laws 1967, c. 562, s. 5.