REQUIRING ANY PERSON SEEKING RELIEF PURSUANT TO A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTIVE ORDER TO INCLUDE IN THE COMPLAINT OR MOTION FILED WHETHER THE PERSON HAS PREVIOUSLY FILED AN ACTION OR MOTION FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AGAINST THE DEFENDANT AND IF SO, THE DISPOSITION OF THAT ACTION.
Senate amendment makes the following changes to 3rd edition, as amended.
Specifies that the term nonferrous metals does not include precious metals and makes a conforming change. Clarifies that it is unlawful to transport or possess more than 25 pounds of copper (was, nonferrous metals) on the state highways, unless an exception applies. Makes conforming changes. Makes organizational and clarifying changes to the provisions setting out limitations on and requirements for cash purchases. Clarifies that the court may order a defendant to make restitution for a violation of a specified provision (was, a violation of proposed Part 3). Restores language previously modified by amendment #1 in proposed GS 14-159.4(c)(1), concerning punishments for default. Makes additional clarifying changes to the punishment provisions.
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