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12-401.Cities of second and third classes and towns; abstracts; form and contents of plat; approval by county or city attorney. Before any proprietor or proprietors of any proposed city of the second or third class or of any town, or of any proposed addition to any such city or town shall record the plat of such proposed city, town or addition, he or she shall furnish to the county attorney of the county in which such proposed city or town is located, or the city attorney and governing body in case of a proposed addition, an abstract of title and the plat to the land which is to be incorporated into such city, town or addition. Such county attorney, in case of any proposed city or town, or such city attorney and governing body in case of a proposed addition, after examination duly made, shall approve or disapprove said plat. Such city attorney, and governing body in case of any proposed addition to any town or city may require the streets and alleys, therein shown, to be as wide as, and to be conterminous with, the streets and alleys, of that part of the city or town to which it adjoins.

The plat shall accurately and particularly set forth and describe: First, all the parcels of ground within such city or town or addition reserved for public purposes, by their boundaries, course and extent whether they be intended for avenues, streets, lanes, alleys, commons, parks or other uses; and, second, all lots intended for sale, by numbers, and their precise length and width.

History: G.S. 1868, ch. 78, § 1; L. 1915, ch. 149, § 1; L. 1921, ch. 139, §1; Feb. 23; R.S. 1923, § 12-401.



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