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Legal Opinions

The Attorney General may issue legal opinions to state agencies and officials. These opinions provide advice on legal matters.

While these opinions do not have the full effect of law or court order, they provide the State’s interpretation of the legal question presented and should be complied with by State agencies and officials.

The General Assembly, Governor, Auditor, Treasurer, or any other State officer may ask the Attorney General for an opinion. N.C.G.S. § 114-2(5).

State officers may request opinions by writing to the Attorney General at Attorney General’s Office, 9001 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-9001.

The Attorney General is not authorized to provide legal advice or give legal opinions to the public.

Copies of Opinions

Attorney General opinions are available here generally a week after issuance. For opinions prior to 1977, copies can be obtained free of charge by calling (919) 716-6400 or email the office.

Printed copies are also available at the NC Supreme Court Library and other law libraries across the state.

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Date Opinion
9/20/2000

Applicability of Watauga County Ordinances to UNC-TV Tower in Waauga County

  Statute: 153A-121, 153A-340, 153A-347,
Requestor: Hedrick, Jeffery
9/11/2000

Investigate an Abuse Complaint Involving a Juvenile

  Statute: 131D-10.2, 131D-10.4, 7B-101, 7B-1501, 7B-302,
Requestor: Siler, Lowell
9/6/2000

North Carolina Emergency Response Commission and Local Emergency Planning Committees

  Statute: 143-215.104, 143-291, 143-300.2, 143-300.6, 166A-14,
Requestor: Tolbert, Eric
7/20/2000

Traffic Law Enforcement Statistics; Public Records

  Statute: 114-10,
Requestor: Dugdale, Joseph
6/30/2000

Employment Referral Incentive Awards

  Statute: 126-18,
Requestor: Penny, Ronald
6/14/2000

Powers of the NC Board of Massage and Bodywork

  Statute: 110-85, 115D-95, 12-3.1, 131E-100, 90-620, 90-621, 90-625, 90-626, 90-629, 90-631,
Requestor: Wilkins, Charles
6/14/2000

Definition of Adequate

  Statute: 115D-32, 115D-33, 115D-34,
Requestor: Gasper, Ted
6/8/2000

Sale of Undeveloped Real Property by Brunswick County Hospital Authority

  Statute: 131E-13, 131E-15, 131E-6, 153A-176,
Requestor: Edwards, Roger
6/7/2000

Video Games or Video Poker Machines

  Statute: 14-295, 14-297, 14-304, 14-305, 14-306, 14-309,
Requestor: Soles, R.C.
6/5/2000

Lose Control Lose Your License Legislation and Home Schools

  Statute: 20-11,
Requestor: Peterson, R. Glen