AN ACT TO PROTECT PROPERTY RIGHTS OF NORTH CAROLINA CITIZENS FROM FORCED POOLING ARRANGEMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH HYDRAULIC FRACTURING ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH FOSSIL FUEL EXPLORATION AND EXTRACTION ACTIVITIES.
Deletes all provisions contained in GS 113-393(a), concerning the integration of interests and shares in drilling units. Repeals Section 25 of SL 2014-4, which concerned compulsory pooling and dormant mineral statutes.
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