Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 2nd edition:
Changes the short and long title.
Amends GS 110-136.3(a) regarding the required content of civil or criminal child support orders in IV-D cases. Clarifies that all child support orders must comply with each of the listed requirements. Amends (a)(4a) to provide that a IV-D child support order and a non-IV-D child support order containing an income withholding requirement must include the current residence and mailing address of the custodial parent or the child if those addresses are different. Current law provides that the requirement to include these addresses is not applicable when the court has determined that providing residence information is inappropriate because the party owing child support has made verbal or physical threats that constitute domestic violence under GS Chapter 50B. Further amends the subsection to clarify that the address of the custodial parent or the child is also not required to be contained in a child support order if there is an existing order prohibiting disclosure of the custodial parent or child's address to the party owing child support.
Amends GS 50A-370(a) and GS 50A-379(a), making a technical change, updating a federal statute reference.
Amends GS 50A-385(c) and GS 50A-388(a), making clarifying and organizational changes.
Section 2 of the act, concerning child support orders, will be effective January 1, 2015, applying to orders on or after that date. The remainder of the new provisions are effective when the act becomes law.
Bill H1101 (2013-2014)Summary date: Jun 26 2014 - More information
Bill H 1101 (2013-2014)Summary date: May 28 2014 - More information
The House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes. Amends GS 44A-26(d) to include instances when the contracting body requires the lessee to construct, reconstruct, alter, or repair public improvements on leased real property to the circumstances in which performance and payment bonds are required. Adds that for purposes of the subsection, any building or other work or improvement constructed on land owned by a contracting body is deemed to be a public building or other public work or public improvement. Makes clarifying changes.
Bill H 1101 (2013-2014)Summary date: May 15 2014 - More information
Amends GS 44A-26, concerning bond requirements for people making improvements to certain leased real property, providing that no lease provision or contract provision can exempt a project subject to the bonding requirements found in GS 44A-26(a). Any lease or provision that claims otherwise is void and unenforceable.
Requires anyone that leases real property from a contracting body must secure performance and payment bonds meeting the criteria found in GS 44A-26(a)(1) and (a)(2) for construction, reconstruction, alteration, or repair of any public building or work on leased property when (1) the contracting body requires the lessee to construct, reconstruct, alter, or repair any public building or work on the leased real property, and (2) Article 2 of GS Chapter 44 would require the contracting body to secure performance and payment bonds from contractors if the contracting body had contracted for the construction work required of the lessee.
Provides that the new above provisions do not apply to public-private partnership construction contracts which are subject to GS 143-128.1C.
Effective October 1, 2014, applying to leases or other contracts entered into on or after that date.
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