Hospitality Law in North Carolina:  A Pathfinder NUHM 4244
Spring 2005


Finding Laws, Court Cases, and Rules


LegislationThe General Statutes (laws currently in effect)

Available through Lexis-Nexis Academic or in paper format in the North Carolina Collection Reading Room (NoCar Ref KFN 7430 1943 A2x)
 

Court CasesNorth Carolina [Supreme Court] Reports and North Carolina Court of Appeals Reports
 
Available through Lexis-Nexis Academic or in paper format in the North Carolina Collection Reading Room:

North Carolina Reports (NoCar KFN 7445 A3x)

North Carolina Court of Appeals Reports (NoCar Ref KFN 7448 A2)

North Carolina Digest (index of cases) (NoCar Ref KFN 7457 N6 1990)  

Strong’s North Carolina Index (encyclopedic treatment of law) (NoCar Ref KFN 7445.6 .S82)

Rules and RegulationsNorth Carolina Administrative Code

The North Carolina Register  (NoCar Ref KFN 7840 A1 N67x)
  • This monthly publication contains executive orders, proposed rules (regulations) of state agencies (to allow for public comment before final adoption) and regulations that have been adopted. Consult theNorth Carolina Registerto see whether changes or additions to regulations have been made in recent months. It is also available at: http://www.oah.state.nc.us/rules/register/




Finding Periodical Literature


Newspapers – Search for newspaper articles online using the following databases:

Newpaper Source (full-text access to several major North Carolina newspapers)

North Carolina Newsstand  (full-text access to several major North Carolina newspapers, 1995-)

News and Observer Archive (full text of articles available on microfilm in the North Carolina Collection)

Charlotte Observer Archive (full text of articles available on microfilm in the North Carolina Collection)
 

Magazines and Journals – Use the following indexes:

Hospitality and Tourism Index, available on CD-ROM in the Reference Department

Business Source Elite, available through Ebsco Host
 

 

Finding  StateGovernment Websites

Use the North Carolina Websites page to explore Web sites by topic.

Use the State of North Carolina’s Website to gain access to Websites of agencies that regulate the hospitality industry.  



Ask for help at the North Carolina Collection Service Desk:
Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday, 1 - 1 0 p.m.
 
Maury York:
phone: 328-0252
email: yorkm@ecu.edu

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