A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT AMENDING THE LOCKSMITH LICENSING ACT, EXPANDING THE AUTHORITY OF THE LOCKSMITH LICENSING BOARD TO REGULATE INSTITUTIONAL LOCKSMITHS, AND RAISING THE CEILING ON CERTAIN FEES.
House amendment makes the following changes to the 3rd edition.
Amends GS 74F-16(6) to clarify that the provisions of GS Chapter 74F, the Locksmith Licensing Act, do not apply to a merchant or a retail or hardware store when the merchant or store does not purport to be a locksmith and lawfully (1) re-keys a lock at the timeof the sale of the lock; (2) duplicates a key, unless the key is a transponder key that requires programming; or (3) installs as a service a lock on a door when both the lock and the door were purchased from the same merchant.
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