Bill Summaries: H 383 AMEND GRAIN DEALER LICENSING LAWS.-AB

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  • Summary date: Jun 13 2013 - More information

    A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO AMEND THE GRAIN DEALER LICENSING ACT TO INCREASE THE BONDING AMOUNT THAT MUST ACCOMPANY LICENSE APPLICATIONS AND TO SPECIFY ADDITIONAL GROUNDS FOR LICENSE REFUSAL OR REVOCATION. Enacted June 12, 2013. Effective October 1, 2013.


  • Summary date: Apr 3 2013 - More information

    House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes. Amends GS 106-610 to also allow the Commissioner the power of refusal, suspension, or revocation of a license when the dealer has hired a person who has been convicted of a crime involving fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation in any capacity involving the buying or selling of grain or the handling of payments for grain. Make clarifying changes. Deletes the amendment to GS 106-611 which prohibited a person whose actions led to suspension or revocation of a grain dealer's license from working from a dealer in a specified capacity. Makes a conforming change to the act's long title. Changes the act's effective date to October 1, 2013.


  • Summary date: Mar 20 2013 - More information

    Amends GS 106-604 to increase the amount of the bond that must accompany a grain dealer license application from $10,000 to $100,000. Amends GS 106-610 to expand the reasons for refusing to grant or renew or for revoking or suspending a grain dealer license to include evidence that (1) the applicant has acted or held him- or herself out as a grain dealer without first having obtained a license or (2) the dealer or applicant has violated any provision of Article 53 (grain dealers) or rules adopted under the Article. Amends GS 106-611 to prohibit a person whose actions lead to the suspension or revocation of a grain dealer's license from working for a grain dealer in any capacity that involves buying or selling grain or handling payments for grain.


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