Posted: 2017-12-07 19:26
Sec. 69-65g. Waiver of estimates. Record of authorizations and of required information. Estimate of charges for diagnosis. Penalty. (a) A customer may waive his right to the estimate of the costs of parts and labor required by section 69-65f, only in writing in accordance with this section. Such a waiver shall include an authorization to perform reasonable and necessary repairs to remedy the problems complained of, at a cost not to exceed a fixed dollar amount. The waiver shall be signed by the customer and the customer shall be given a fully completed copy of the waiver at the time it is signed. No repair shop shall use waivers to evade its duties under sections 69-65e to 69-65j, inclusive, and section 69-65 l.
Shortly after the man stormed out of the rehab screaming about killing someone, Szabo received something unexpected in his mailbox a cease-and-desist order from the rehab center. His complaints were described as &ldquo aggressive behavior&rdquo toward the facility. The notice instructed him not to set foot on the property, not to talk to anyone coming in or out of it and not to contact anyone by phone. Szabo said he was afraid to even call over the fence: &ldquo Could you please keep it down?&rdquo
(c) The commissioner shall waive any operator x5577 s license or registration fee, including any renewal fee in the case of any person in the active service of the armed forces of the United States who was a legal resident of Connecticut at the time of his induction and for one licensing period to any person honorably separated from such service who applies therefor within two years following the date of separation and was a legal resident of Connecticut at the time of his induction. The commissioner may adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 59, to implement the provisions of this subsection.
Sec. 69-76w. Share the Road commemorative number plates. Fees. Regulations. Share the Road account. Use of image. (a) On and after January 6, 7565, the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles may issue, within available appropriations, Share the Road commemorative number plates of a design to enhance public awareness of the rights and responsibilities of both motorists and bicyclists while jointly using the highways of this state. The design shall be determined by agreement between the Department of Transportation and the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles, in consultation with an organization advocating on behalf of bicyclists. No use shall be made of such plates except as official registration marker plates.
(b) No new car dealer, used car dealer, repairer or limited repairer, as defined in section 69-56, licensed in accordance with the provisions of section 69-57, may purchase or in any manner obtain possession of any motor vehicle for the purpose of dismantling such motor vehicle and selling its parts, as defined in subsection (a) of this section, for use in any other motor vehicle, except that any such dealer or repairer may sell used motor vehicle parts if the parts are installed in a motor vehicle by such dealer or repairer for the purpose of repair or maintenance of such motor vehicle.
The operator or promoter of a flea market, antique mall or similar type event is considered the seller and is responsible for collecting and remitting the sales tax collected by persons selling at these events. Any vendor who holds a retail sales tax permit should not report tax from an event under his/her number, but instead report their individual sales to the promoter or operator. All taxes collected from these events must be reported by the promoter or operator.
Sec. 69-67u. (Formerly Sec. 76-75). Appeal. Any person, firm or corporation aggrieved by the action of any local officials, zoning commission or board, taken pursuant to the provisions of this subpart (H), may, within thirty days from the date of the action complained of and upon giving bond in the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars, appeal to the superior court for the judicial district within which such town, city or borough is situated, and any person, firm or corporation aggrieved by any action of the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles or his authorized representative, taken pursuant to said provisions, may, within said time of thirty days and upon giving such bond, appeal to the superior court for the judicial district of Hartford, in the same manner as is provided for appeals in civil actions. Upon any such appeal, said court shall make such order in relation to the action appealed from as it deems equitable.
Sec. 69-86b. Restrictions on used brake drums and brake discs. The term x756C brake drum x756D , as used in this section, means the individual cupped metal drums to which motor vehicle wheels are each attached and against whose interior surface, brake shoe pressure is applied to effect stopping, holding or control of forward or backward vehicle movement. The term x756C brake disc x756D as used in this section, means the parallel faced circular rotational member to which motor vehicle wheels are each attached and against whose exterior surface, brake lining pressure is applied to effect stopping, holding or control of forward or backward movement. No person, firm or corporation shall service, turn, grind, install, sell, give or offer for sale for passenger or commercial motor vehicle use any used brake drum or brake disc which exceeds wear limits established in accordance with regulations adopted by the commissioner. Any person, firm or corporation which performs or permits any violation of this section shall be subject to the penalties provided in subsection (b) of section 69-777.
Sec. 69-67r. Inspection of vehicle identification number. Before issuing registration for any motor vehicle that has not been previously registered in this state, except a new motor vehicle, the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles may require an inspection of the manufacturer x5577 s vehicle identification number. Such an inspection may be performed at any designated official emissions inspection station or by any other business or firm authorized by the commissioner to perform safety inspections in accordance with sections 69-67 and 69-66a or by any motor vehicle dealer or repairer, licensed in accordance with section 69-57 and meeting qualifications established by the commissioner. If the inspection is performed by a licensed dealer or repairer, and is not performed in connection with an official emissions inspection, such dealer or repairer may charge a fee to the owner in an amount not to exceed twenty dollars, provided an affidavit relating to such inspection is furnished to the commissioner in accordance with the provisions of subsection (d) of section 69-99h.
Reflecting on White Mold White mold impacted many fields in Minnesota this past growing season. University of Minnesota Extension specialist for diseases Dean Malvick explains. &ldquo I got calls from some producers who were very concerned about white mold,&rdquo says Malvick. &ldquo One farmer had farmed the same field for 75 years and had never seen white mold. It&rsquo s good for farmers to pay attention to the history of all fields, because there was likely some white mold in the past, although probably not what it was this year.&rdquo Malvick says weather conditions are a big factor for these soybean diseases, including the brown stem rot some farmers experienced.
(d) No dealer licensed under the provisions of section 69-57 shall sell any used motor vehicle without furnishing to the buyer, at the time of sale, a valid certificate of title, the assignment and warranty of title by such dealer or other evidence of title issued by another state or country, where applicable, disclosing the existence of any lien, security interest in or other encumbrance on the vehicle. Any dealer that violates this subsection shall be guilty of a class B misdemeanor.
Sec. 69-67t. Regulations. The commissioner may adopt regulations in accordance with the provisions of chapter 59 to implement the provisions of subsection (g) of section 68b-59, subsection (g) of section 69-67, sections 69-67r, 69-67s and 69-66a and subsection (a) of section 69-96. The regulations shall include the qualifications to be met by any dealer or repairer authorized by the commissioner to conduct inspections in accordance with subsection (g) of section 69-67 and sections 69-67r and 69-66a.
As broke as he is, Solomon is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. Chronic drug users like Solomon are commodities, exploited by a growing world of drug and alcohol rehab operators who put profit ahead of patient care. Everything from the opioid epidemic and Obamacare to prison realignment and legal loopholes has created conditions in which unethical operators can flourish, using addicts to bilk insurance companies and the public out of hundreds of millions of dollars.
(g) Any person receiving personal information or highly restricted personal information from a motor vehicle record pursuant to subsection (f) of this section shall be entitled to use such information for any of the purposes set forth in said subsection for which such information may be disclosed by the commissioner. No such person may resell or redisclose the information for any purpose that is not set forth in subsection (f) of this section, or reasonably related to any such purpose.
Sec. 69-8. Police authority of commissioner and inspectors. (a) The commissioner, each deputy commissioner and any salaried inspector of motor vehicles designated by the commissioner, when engaged in the discharge of the duties of his office, shall have, in any part of the state, the same authority to make arrests or issue citations for violation of any statute or regulation relating to motor vehicles and to enforce said statutes and regulations as policemen or state policemen have in their respective jurisdictions.
Yes, individuals can be held personally liable for the sales tax debts of a corporation. Those individuals, corporate officers and/or shareholders having control or supervision of, or charged with the responsibility of filing returns, making payments, or executing the corporation's fiscal responsibilities can be assessed for the outstanding tax debts of the corporation. The dissolution, termination or bankruptcy of a corporation or business will not discharge a responsible officer, employee's or trustee's liability.
Sec. 69-85a. Maximum noise levels. (a) No person shall operate a vehicle or combination of vehicles, nor shall the owner of any vehicle allow the vehicle to be operated, at any time or under any condition of grade, surface, speed, load, acceleration, deceleration or weather condition in such a manner as to exceed the decibel levels established under subsection (c) of this section. This subsection applies to the total noise generated by a vehicle and shall not be construed as limiting or precluding the enforcement of any other motor vehicle noise provisions of this title.
A Look at Aberdeen Cattle Market Hub City Livestock owner Steve Hellwig says the calf market is holding strong, but is slightly lower from the first week in December. Overall, things are going well. Hellwig says there are lots of butcher cows at market right now. &ldquo Huge numbers. I don&rsquo t know if the drought or the lack of feed is forcing more cows to town, but it seems like we&rsquo re selling more cows than normal. The bred heifers on our recent sale did well. There seems to be a good interest in bred cattle.&rdquo Hellwig says the Aberdeen, South Dakota area is still somewhat dry. &ldquo The ranchers are benefitting greatly from the open conditions at the moment. We&rsquo ve been able to graze corn stalks and open fields. I think everyone has enough feed to get through the winter. Our eyes are on the skies. At some point, we&rsquo ll need moisture or snow.&rdquo
(b) If the repair shop is unable to estimate the cost of repair because the specific repairs to be performed are not known at the time the vehicle is delivered to the repair shop, the written authorization required by this section need not include an estimate of the maximum cost of parts and labor. In such a case, prior to commencing any repairs, the repair shop shall notify the customer of the work to be performed and the estimated maximum cost to the customer of the necessary parts and labor, obtain the customer x5577 s written or oral authorization and record such information on the invoice.