AN ACT TO REQUIRE A PRIMARY IF A NEW ELECTION IS ORDERED IN ANY ELECTION CONTEST; TO RETURN THE ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE OF ELECTIONS, ETHICS, AND LOBBYING TO THE 2016 STRUCTURE AND TO MAKE OTHER CHANGES TO THE ELECTIONS, ETHICS, AND LOBBYING LAWS.
House amendments makes the following changes to the 3rd edition, as amended.
Amendment #3 adds a new section amending GS 20-58.4(e1), allowing an affidavit by the owner that the security interest has been satisfied, by defining owner, for purposes of (e1), as the owner of the manufactured home and the owner of real property on which the manufactured home is affixed or a title insurance company as agent of or on behalf of an insured owner of real property. Amends GS 20-58.3A by providing that the Division of Motor Vehicles is not subject to a claim under Article 31 of GS Chapter 143 related to the failure to acknowledge or give effect to an expired perfection of a security interest on a certificate of title for a manufactured home if the claim is based on reliance by the Division on any application for renewal submitted to the Division by a third party or based on the automatic expiration of a perfection of a security interest. Effective October 1, 2018.
Amendment #4 adds a new section amending GS 20-63 by amending the required appearance of the National/State mottos license plate to allow the Division to select an image that represents the American flag (instead of requiring that the American flag be contained in the background) and removes specification on the size and color of the mottos.
Amendment #6 makes technical corrections to changes made by Amendment #1.
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