AN ACT TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO THE GENERAL STATUTES, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE GENERAL STATUTES COMMISSION. SL 2019-177. Enacted July 26, 2019. Effective July 26, 2019, except as otherwise provided.
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Summary date: Jun 26 2019 - More information
Senate committee substitute adds the following changes to the 2nd edition.
Directs the Revisor of Statutes to make organizational changes to GS 18B-1000.
Makes clarifying and technical changes to GS 20-305.7.
Amends GS 47F-2-117 to change statutory cross-references concerning the requirements for the recordation of amendments to planned community declarations.
Makes clarifying and technical changes to GS 66-58.
Amends GS 106-1018, which establishes the Forest Development Fund, to include revenue from assessments on primary forest products collected under Article 84 in the Fund (previously, referred to Article 81, which provides for corporations formed to protect and develop forests). Further amends the statute to cap program support costs in any fiscal year at 5% of the available funds generated by the Primary Forest Product Assessment Act (was, Primary Forest Product Processor Assessment Act). Makes additional technical changes.
Makes technical changes to GS 106-1026.
Makes clarifying and technical changes to GS 122-55, concerning facilities sharing confidential client information. Makes language gender-neutral. Effective October 1, 2019.
Effective retroactively June 22, 2018, makes technical changes to Section 46 of SL 2018-33, providing that GS 122C-55(c1), as enacted, is effective on the date that act became law. Clarifies that the change does not impose liability on a facility or sheriff for failing to furnish confidential information before the date this act becomes law.
Makes a technical change to GS 130A-335.
Amends GS 147-86.20, which sets forth defined terms applicable to Article 6B of GS Chapter 147, Statewide Accounts Receivable Program. Corrects statutory cross-reference and makes technical changes.
Repeals GS 150B-1(e)(11), which exempted from the contested case provisions Department of Health and Human Services hearings regarding the eligibility and provision of services for eligible assaultive and violent children and requires the hearings to be conducted in accordance with law since repealed.
Corrects a statutory reference in GS 161-16.
Makes technical changes to the introductory language in Sections 3.11(a) and (b) of SL 2018-13.Agriculture, Business and Commerce, Corporation and Partnerships, Courts/Judiciary, Civil, Juvenile Law, Delinquency, Motor Vehicle, Criminal Justice, Criminal Law and Procedure, Development, Land Use and Housing, Community and Economic Development, Government, APA/Rule Making, General Assembly, State Agencies, Tax, Health and Human Services, Health, Public Health, Mental Health
Summary date: Mar 11 2019 - More information
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Amends GS 122C-263 and GS 122C-283 by removing redundant language, now providing that a law enforcement officer or individual required to provide transportation under GS 122C-251(g) must take the respondent to a facility or other location identified by the LME/MCO in the community crisis services plan that has an available commitment examiner and is capable of performing a first examination in conjunction with a health screening at the same location, unless circumstances indicate the respondent appears to be suffering a medical emergency, in which case the law enforcement officer will seek immediate medical assistance. Also amends those statutes to refer to "individuals with mental illnesses" instead of to the "mentally ill." Further amends GS 122C-283 by making clarifying changes and making language gender-neutral. Applies to proceedings initiated on or after October 1, 2019.
Amends GS 143B-139.4B by making clarifying changes.
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Makes a technical correction to GS 7A-308 regarding superior court fees.
Makes clarifying and technical corrections to GS 7B-3101 regarding notification of schools when juveniles are alleged or found to be delinquent.
Makes a technical correction to GS 14-43.15 regarding minor victims.
Updates the statutory references in GS 14-50.21 and GS 14-50.25 regarding criminal gang offenses.
Makes clarifying and technical changes to GS 55-16-22 regarding required annual reporting by domestic and foreign corporations authorized to transact business in the State. Modifies to require only the Secretary of State (was, the Secretary of Revenue and the Secretary of State) to provide appropriate space and instructions on the annual report form for a corporation to voluntarily indicate whether the corporation is a veteran-owned small business or a service-disabled veteran-owned small business.
Makes technical corrections to GS 120-37 concerning principal clerks of the Senate and House. Makes language gender-neutral.
Makes technical corrections to GS 7A-304 regarding costs in criminal action.
Makes technical corrections to GS 105-164.3(30b), which defines prosthetic device in the context of sales and use tax.
Makes a technical correction to GS 105-282.1 regarding applications for property tax exemption or exclusion.
Makes a technical correction to GS 143B-437.56 regarding the calculation of grants under the Job Development Investment Grant Program.
Makes technical correction to the introductory language of Section 13A.1 of SL 2018-5.
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