AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CHANGES TO THE PRIVATE PROTECTIVE SERVICES ACT AND THE ALARM SYSTEMS LICENSING ACT AND TO CREATE CERTAIN FEES.
House amendment makes the following changes to the 3rd edition.
Amends GS 74D-2(c), which sets out licensing requirements for a business entity that engages in the alarm system business with respect to a qualifying agent, by eliminating the proposed addition to subdivision (1) that required that if a business entity maintains a physical presence in the State, the qualifying agent must be a resident of the State.
Reinstates GS 74D-3(4), which was eliminated in the previous edition, providing that the provisions of GS Chapter 74D (Alarm Systems) do not apply to an alarm monitoring company located in another state which demonstrates to the Board's satisfaction that it does not conduct any business through a personal representative present in the State but which solicits and conducts business solely through interstate communication facilities such as telephone messages, earth satellite relay stations, and the United States postal service. Makes a technical change.
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