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2001-2002 Regular Session - SB 254
Conditioned Air Contractors; unlicensed persons; unlawful practices; penalties
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First Reader Summary
A bill to be entitled an Act to amend Chapter 14 of Title 43 of the O.C.G.A., relating to the regulation of electrical contractors, plumbers, conditioned air contractors, low-voltage contractors, and utility contractors, so as to provide that a person who is not licensed as a conditioned air contractor shall be prohibited from advertising in any manner that such person is in the business or profession of a conditioned air contractor; to change the provisions relating to certain cease and desist orders relating to the profession of a conditioned air contractor; to repeal provisions and procedures relating to the seizure of certain commercial vehicles; to repeal certain provisions relating to employing or contracting for services of any unlicensed individuals or entities; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.
Status History
Jul/01/2001 - Effective Date
Apr/27/2001 - Act 281
Apr/27/2001 - Senate Date Signed by Governor
Apr/06/2001 - Senate Sent to Governor
Mar/21/2001 - Senate Agreed House Amend or Sub
Mar/21/2001 - House Passed/Adopted By Substitute
Mar/21/2001 - House Third Readers
Mar/14/2001 - House Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute
Mar/08/2001 - House Second Readers
Mar/07/2001 - House First Readers
Mar/07/2001 - Senate Passed/Adopted By Substitute
Mar/07/2001 - Senate Third Read
Mar/05/2001 - Senate Read Second Time
Mar/02/2001 - Senate Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute
Feb/27/2001 - Senate Read and Referred
Feb/26/2001 - Senate Hopper
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