AN ACT TO PROTECT THE PROPERTY RIGHTS OF PERSONS SUBJECT TO A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTIVE ORDER BY ALLOWING THEM TO STORE THEIR FIREARMS WITH OR SELL THEIR FIREARMS THROUGH A QUALIFIED LICENSED FIREARMS DEALER.
House amendment makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.
Modifies the proposed changes to GS 50B-3.1 regarding the surrender and disposal of firearms of defendants subject to a domestic violence protective order. Now provides for the form, to be created by the Administrative Office of the Courts, used for transferring firearms, machine guns, and ammunition from the custody of the sheriff to a qualified licensed firearms dealer to allow for either the storage or sale (was, storage or immediate sale) of the firearms, machine guns, and ammunition by the qualified licensed firearms dealer. Adds a new requirement for the form to include information concerning the defendant's rights to recover the surrendered items.
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