AN ACT TO REPEAL THE TRANSPORTATION CORRIDOR OFFICIAL MAP ACT. Enacted June 21, 2019. Effective June 21, 2019.
Summary date: Jun 21 2019 - More information
Summary date: Mar 12 2019 - More information
House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.
Amends GS 47-30(l), which provides exemptions from the statute's mapping requirements for the registration of certain plats and subdivisions, to provide that the statute does not apply to the registration of highway right-of-way plans of plats acquired by the North Carolina Turnpike Authority as provided for in GS 136-89.184 (this provision was deleted in the 1st edition).
Amends the act's effective date provision to make the act effective when it becomes law, removing the provision specifying that the act is applicable to maps filed on or after the date the act becomes law.
Summary date: Feb 20 2019 - More information
Identical to S 71, filed 2/14/19.
Repeals Article 2E, Transportation Corridor Official Map Act, of GS Chapter 136.
Makes conforming changes to GS 47-30(l), which provides exemptions from the statute's mapping requirements for the registration of certain plats and subdivisions. Further amends the statute to remove the exemption for the registration of highway right-of-way plans of plats acquired by the North Carolina Turnpike Authority as provided for in GS 136-89.184.
Makes conforming changes to repeal GS 160A-458.4, which authorized any city to establish transportation corridor official maps pursuant to Article 2E of GS Chapter 136, repealed by the act, and GS 161-14(c), which provided for the registration of transportation corridor maps.
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