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The governing of colonial North Carolina was hierarchical and orderly. The Vice-Admiralty court played a dual role in North Carolina, in one capacity the arbitrator of all ocean commerce conflicts, and also the agency that heard and determined cases involving infringements on the British Navigation Acts.