N.C. L. Rev.
No. 4 (1958)
Fifth Annual Survey of North Carolina Case LawNorth Carolina Law Review
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Administrative Law -- Judicial Review in State and Federal Courts -- Determination of Validity of Rules and Regulations Before Their Application in Specific CasesWilliam G. Ransdell Jr.
Constitutional Law -- Congressional Investigations -- Contempt of CongressJoel L. Fleishman
Constitutional Law -- Double Jeopardy -- Conviction of Murder in the First Degree After Reversal of Conviction of Murder in the Second DegreeRichard C. Carmichael Jr.
Criminal Law -- Obstructing Justice -- Interfering With a Police OfficerNick J. Miller
Domestic Relations -- Custody -- Contests Between Parent and NonparentFrancis O. Clarkson Jr.
Domestic Relations -- Divorce -- Abandonment as a Defense to Divorce on the Ground of Two Years SeparationJesse M. Henley Jr.
Fair Labor Standards Act -- Exemption of Agricultural Employees -- The "Area of Production"William W. Suttle
Labor Law -- Pre-emption and State Injunctive Enforcement of the "Right-to-Work" LawJ. Halbert Conoly
Liens -- Mechanic's Liens -- Acquisition and Priorities -- Effect of Regaining PossessionJean M. Luck
Military Law -- Illegality of OrdersRichard J. Tuggle
Practice and Procedure -- Pre-trial in North Carolina -- The First Eight YearsDavid S. Evans
Property -- Adverse Possession -- Color of Title -- Tax Foreclosure Deed to Property Held by Tenants in CommonBenjamin S. Marks Jr.
Railway Labor Act -- Representation of Racial Minority Groups in Bargaining and Contract Administration Without DiscriminationThomas W. Warlick
Statutes -- Constitutionality of Local LawsLaurence A. Cobb
Taxation -- Income Tax -- Determination of Whether Corporate Withdrawals Constitute Loans or DividendsGaither S. Walser
Torts -- Negligence -- Last Clear ChanceLuke R. Corbett
Torts -- Physicians and Surgeons -- Liability for Signing a Certificate of Insanity Without Proper Examination of the Alleged LunaticThomas S. Bennett
Book ReviewsNorth Carolina Law Review