Bill Summary for H 4 (2021-2022)

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Feb 11 2021

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View NCGA Bill Details2021
House Bill 4 (Public) Filed Wednesday, January 27, 2021
AN ACT TO EXTEND THE DELAY ON THE PAYMENT DEADLINE FOR CERTAIN ABC PERMIT RENEWALS AND TO DIRECT THE ABC COMMISSION TO REINSTATE OR REACTIVATE CERTAIN CANCELLED OR INACTIVATED ABC PERMITS.
Intro. by Moffitt, Boles, Bell, Paré.

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Senate committee substitute amends the 3rd edition as follows. 

Modifies the proposed changes to and further amends Section 1 of SL 2020-94 regarding the deferral of permit fees for certain ABC permittees affected by Executive Order No. 141. Now provides for ABC permittees who were subject to an order of closure pursuant to Section 8 of Executive Order No. 141 (was, prohibited from operating under Executive Order No. 141) to defer payment of renewal or registration fees until 90 days after the date all executive orders limiting the full operation of the permittee in response to the COVID-19 pandemic are rescinded or expire (was, after the date all executive orders responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and limiting the full operation of the permittee are rescinded or expire). Makes identical changes in phrasing to Section 4 of the act concerning ABC permittees' refund requests for fees paid. Additionally, mandates that any permit held by a permittee who receives a refund must remain active.

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