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Solid Waste Rules, Laws, and Regulations | NC DEQ

Solid Waste Rules, Laws, and Regulations. Proposed Solid Waste Rule Changes. 15A NCAC 13B Sections .0500 and .1600 C&D and MSW Landfill Rules. Summary and Schedule. Notice of Text and Hearing Information. Regulatory Impact Analysis. 15A NCAC 13B .0832 General Provisions for Septage Management. The comment period for this rule amendment has …(1)

General Statute Sections – North Carolina General Assembly

General Statutes General Statutes Table of Contents Session Laws Votes on Bills North Carolina Constitution. Bills & Laws Page. Divisions. … North Carolina General Assembly. Legislative Building. 16 West Jones Street. Raleigh, NC 27601 (919) 733-4111 (Main) (919) 715-7586 (Fax) MAIN(2)

North Carolina Marijuana Laws | NC Cannabis Laws – Marijuana and the Law

Jan 26, 2021It is a felony to grow any amount of cannabis in North Carolina for any reason. Penalties for growing less than 10 pounds range between 3 and 8 months in jail, along with up to $1,000 in fines. If the amount is between 10 and 50 pounds, the minimum penalty increases to 2 years in prison, the maximum to 2.5 years, and the potential fine to $5,000.(3)

General Statute Sections – North Carolina General Assembly

Bills & Laws; General Statutes; Table of Contents; Chapter 47C; Chapter 47C – North Carolina Condominium Act. The General Statutes include changes through SL 2021-162. … North Carolina General Assembly. Legislative Building. 16 West Jones Street. Raleigh, NC 27601 (919) 733-4111 (Main) (919) 715-7586 (Fax)(4)

North Carolina Trespassing Laws: What You Need to Know

North Carolina has many laws that comprise their trespassing statutes. Unauthorized entry to the land of another on foot or by vehicle constitutes trespassing. Removing or damaging plants including timber and pine straw is also trespassing. Signage/marks is required for prohibition of activity on land, or in closed water sources; specific …(5)

Illegal Dumping | NC DEQ

Illegal dumping, also known as “midnight” dumping, is the term used to describe disposing of waste in unauthorized areas. It is an environmental crime. Depending on the circumstances, charges can range from misdemeanor to felony and the fines can be quite heavy. Trends show illegal dumping is rising in North Carolina.(6)

PDF Article 7A. – North Carolina General Assembly

Every agency whose law-enforcement officers act pursuant to this Article, G.S. 115D-21, 116-44.4, 116-229, 153A-132, or 160A-303 shall by contract or rules provide compensation to the tower if a court finds no probable cause existed for the towing. (1983, c. 420, s. 2.) § 20-219.15: Reserved for future codification purposes.(7)

North Carolina Slander Laws: All You Need to Know [Must Read]

Slander Laws NC – North Carolina. Defamation is a civil wrong that happens when someone makes fake and harmful statements and it results in reputational damage.There are two main types of defamation that are legally recognized: libel is in writing or posted online, and slander is spoken or gestured defamation.. To prevent defamation from occurring and getting worse, many choose to draft and …(8)

Labor Laws in NC for Breaks: What You Should Know

Oct 1, 2021North Carolina Law Regarding Breaks for Shifts of 24 Hours or More. Some jobs are round-the-clock. Doctors, for instance, may have extended shifts. Note that sleeping is not considered a break. If the employee must be on duty for less than 24 hours, they are working even if they’re sleeping during some of those hours when not busy. …(9)

North Carolina Driving Laws – NCDOT

BikeSafe North Carolina Seat belts and safety seats All occupants of a vehicle must wear a seat belt. Front-seat passengers who violate the law are fined $25. Back-seat passengers are fined $10. Children under age 8 who weigh less than 80 pounds must be secured in a safety seat while riding in a vehicle.(10)

Sales and Use Tax Revenue Law – NCDOR

Click on the tax to review the law on the General Assembly’s web site. Please read the Caveats before accessing the statutes. … North Carolina Department of Revenue. PO Box 25000 Raleigh, NC 27640-0640. General information: 1-877-252-3052. Individual income tax refund inquiries: 1-877-252-4052.(11)

Right to Cancel – NC DOJ

Right to Cancel. As a general rule, a contract is binding as soon as you sign it, and you do not have the right to cancel the contract. However, in some instances, North Carolina law, and sometimes federal law, gives you the right to cancel certain transactions even after you have signed a contract or agreement.(12)

North Carolina Shoplifting Laws – FindLaw

As a form of theft, shoplifting is criminalized under a state’s theft or larceny laws. North Carolina uses the term larceny and categorizes those crimes according to the value of the property taken; the determining value amount is $1,000. For example, if a person takes a $500 purse from a department store, then the crime is classified as a …(13)

NCDOT: Unmanned Aircraft Laws & Regulations

Safety and privacy – two of the public’s biggest concerns about drone operation – are addressed in North Carolina Session Law 2014-100 (and updated in Session Law 2015-232). Below are some of the topics addressed in Session Laws 2014-100 2015-232 and 2017-179. A full summary of North Carolina drone regulations is also available.(14)

What to Know About Breaks | NC DOL

What to Know About Breaks. The North Carolina Wage and Hour Act does not require mandatory rest breaks or meal breaks for employees 16 years of age or older. The WHA requires breaks only for youths under 16 years of age. Youths under 16 years of age have to be given at least a 30-minute break after 5 hours, and no break of less than 30 minutes …(15)

North Carolina Foreclosure Laws and Statutes | NC

Right to Foreclose or Sell under Power. North Carolina foreclosure law states that all sales of real property, under a power of sale contained in any mortgage or deed of trust to secure the payment of money, by any mortgagee or trustee, through an agent or attorney for that purpose, appointed orally or in writing by such mortgagee or trustee …(16)

Repossession Laws in North Carolina – Legal Beagle

By: Sameca Pandova, J.D. •••. North Carolina law gives creditors the right to repossess various items such as consumer goods, automobiles, furniture and machinery when a buyer has become delinquent. While property is generally repossessed via foreclosure actions which provides many homeowner protections, repossession can proceed …(17)

NC OSHR: EEO Laws NC Laws – NC State Human Resources

General Statute 126-16. (link is external) NC GS 126‑17. Retaliation by State departments and agencies and local political subdivisions. No State department, agency, or local political subdivision of North Carolina shall retaliate against an employee for protesting alleged violations of G.S. 126‑16. (1977, c. 866, s. 8.) General Statute 126-17.(18)

PDF North Carolina Laws Mandatory Reporting Laws – Nc Dhhs

North Carolina law requires any person with cause to suspect that a child under 18 is abused, neglected, or dependent to make a report. This is called universal mandated reporting. Some states require only certain professionals to make reports, but in North Carolina the duty to report extends to everyone.2 2.(19)

North Carolina General Assembly

§ 136-32. Regulation of signs. (a) Commercial Signs. – No unauthorized person shall erect or maintain upon any highway any warning or direction sign, marker, signal or light or imitation of any official sign, marker, signal or light erected under the provisions of G.S. 136-30, except in cases of emergency.(20)

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(1). Solid Waste Rules, Laws, and Regulations | NC DEQ
(2). General Statute Sections – North Carolina General Assembly
(3). North Carolina Marijuana Laws | NC Cannabis Laws – Marijuana and the Law
(4). General Statute Sections – North Carolina General Assembly
(5). North Carolina Trespassing Laws: What You Need to Know
(6). Illegal Dumping | NC DEQ
(7). PDF Article 7A. – North Carolina General Assembly
(8). North Carolina Slander Laws: All You Need to Know [Must Read]
(9). Labor Laws in NC for Breaks: What You Should Know
(10). North Carolina Driving Laws – NCDOT
(11). Sales and Use Tax Revenue Law – NCDOR
(12). Right to Cancel – NC DOJ
(13). North Carolina Shoplifting Laws – FindLaw
(14). NCDOT: Unmanned Aircraft Laws & Regulations
(15). What to Know About Breaks | NC DOL
(16). North Carolina Foreclosure Laws and Statutes | NC
(17). Repossession Laws in North Carolina – Legal Beagle
(18). NC OSHR: EEO Laws NC Laws – NC State Human Resources
(19). PDF North Carolina Laws Mandatory Reporting Laws – Nc Dhhs
(20). North Carolina General Assembly