AN ACT TO REGULATE AERIAL ADVENTURE COURSES AND TO PROVIDE THAT THE ACT SHALL BE ENTITLED "SANDERS' LAW."
House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.
Makes technical changes to the liability insurance provisions, set out in proposed GS 95-112.12.
Modifies the exceptions, set forth in proposed GS 95-112.13, to specify that GS 95-112.12, concerning liability insurance requirements, rather than the entire Article, does not apply to a regulated device installed at a private residence that is not open to the public and for which no fee is charged.
Makes technical corrections to statutory references in the civil penalties provisions set forth in proposed GS 95-112.14.
Specifies that proposed GS 95-112.14(g) and (h), which establish criminal offenses, apply to offenses (rather than violations) occurring on or after July 1, 2020.
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