Bill Summary for S 583 (2013-2014)

Summary date: 

Apr 2 2013
S.L. 2013-169

Bill Information:

View NCGA Bill Details2013-2014 Session
Senate Bill 583 (Public) Filed Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Intro. by Tucker.

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Bill summary

Part 3 of GS Chapter 66, Article 45, applies to the Regulation of Sales and Purchases of Metals.

Amends GS 66-420 of Part 3 to modify the definition of "cash card system" to mean a payment system, which pays in cash or in a form other than cash, and when the payment is in cash, (1) takes a picture of the seller at the time the payment is received, and (2) uses an automated cash dispenser such as an Automated Teller Machine (was, a payment system that takes a photograph of the receipt regardless of whether payment was in cash or some other form).

Amends GS 66-424(a) to prohibit a secondary metals recycler from purchasing any central air conditioner condensers that are not attached to a unit. Provides an additional exception to the prohibited activities and transactions under this section to permit a secondary metals recycler to purchase central air conditioner evaporator coils or condensers not attached to a unit, or catalytic converters not attached to a vehicle, from a seller with a purchase receipt or other proof of ownership.Provides that"central airconditioner evaporator coils" as used in this subsection and in subdivision (11) of GS 66-421(b) does not include coils from a window air conditioning system if the coils are contained within the system itself or a coil from a vehicle condenser. Makes an additional conforming change to GS 66-421(b)(11).

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