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|TITLE 1. PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS
Officials of the Bureau of Licensing do not hold the right to make an arrest. In other words, they are different from a Law Enforcement Officer. However, they are entitled to issue penalties in order to enforce the rules arising out of the interpretation or application of the Licensing Ordinance [022-JS], Aviation Act of 2015 [001-RN] and related provisions.L.C. (1)02.
Licensing Officials submit a declaration under oath as a commitment to tell the truth in the performance of their duties. If the official is later found to have lied whilst bound by the commitment, he/she is charged with Corruption of Public Duty as defined in the Penal Code under (4)16.L.C. (1)03.
The Bureau of Licensing is allowed to make use of minor decoys to enforce regulations for businesses.
- The minor must be at least 16 years old and at most 20 years old.
- The minor must use a valid, truthful, and correct ID.
- The minor must identify the offering party face to face.
- The Bureau must inform the investigated party of its findings.
|TITLE 2. HIERARCHY OF PENALTIES
|A. Cease and Desist Order
As violations pile up and the business continues to disregard licensing regulations, a cease and desist order will be issued by the Bureau of Licensing. This forces the business to close its doors for good.B. Revocation of Business Licenses
The business is forced to cease all activities in relation to the business license(s) issued. This sanction is imposed on a permanent basis.C. Suspension of Business Licenses
The business is forced to cease all activities in relation to the business license issued. The suspension lasts for a determined period of time.D. Civil Penalty
a financial penalty imposed on businesses or individuals by a Government Agency (in this case the BoL) as restitution for wrongdoing. Upon receiving a civil penalty the business has three (3) days to pay._______________________________________________________________________
Disciplinary action involving the above mentioned penalties is in most cases preceded by a formal warning. Formal warnings do not qualify as a penalty, but act as a stimulant for businesses to abide by licensing regulations. Upon receiving a formal warning the business has seven (7) days to address the violation.
|TITLE 3. BUSINESS RELATED OFFENSES
|L.C. (3)01. Obstruction of Official Business
A business hampering or impeding a public official in the performance of his or her duties is liable for a civil penalty of no less than $20.000 and no more than $75.000. In addition, the business is not allowed to resume its activities until the business has been granted the green light on the occasion of an inspection. L.C. (3)02. False Advertising
Advertising must be truthful and non-deceptive; advertisers must have evidence to back up their claims; and advertisements cannot be unfair. Sanctions range from a Formal Warning to a Civil Penalty depending on the severity of the offense.L.C. (3)03. Disorderly Business
A business that disturbs the neigborhood or is maintained for purposes which are injurous to the public morals, health, convenience or safety. Penalties range from formal warnings to a cease and desist order and are determined at the discretion of the Bureau.L.C. (3)04. Employment Discrimination
A business may not deny employment to a job applicant based on the protected characteristics as defined in the Employment Discrimination ordinance NO. 027-RN passed by the Namir Administration. Businesses or persons guilty of employment discrimination are liable for a civil penalty of no less than $15,000 and no more than $50,000.L.C. (3)05. Violation of a Business License
A business that willingly or knowingly violates business license standards is liable for a civil penalty of no less than $5,000 and no more than $35,000. The standards of each business license can be found here.L.C. (3)06. Failure to Obtain a Business License
A business operating without first obtaining a business license is liable for a civil penalty of $15.000 if the business has received a formal warning beforehand stating that a business license is required.L.C. (3)07. Failure to Pay Fees
A business that fails to pay their monthly fee. Sanctions range from a Formal Warning to a Civil Penalty depending on the severity of the offense. This includes how much the outstanding fee is and how long since last time their fee was paid. L.C. (3)08. Child Labor Misconduct
A business that willingly or negligently violates Article II Section 3 of the San Andreas Labor Code is liable for a civil penalty no less than $15,000 and no more than $50,000, depending on the case. An employer who is found guilty of this offense may also be punished under Offence (7)02. Child Abuse of the San Andreas Penal Code by a recognized San Andreas law enforcement agency. In addition, the business will not be permitted to operate until the business has passed an inspection conducted by the Bureau of Licensing.L.C. (3)09. Failure to Register upon Formal Warning
A business operating without first registering with the Bureau is liable for a civil penalty of $10.000 if the business was issued a formal warning on an earlier occasion.
|TITLE 4. AVIATION RELATED OFFENSES
|L.C. (4)01. Failure to Register an Aircraft
Any owner of an aircraft who fails to register is liable for a civil penalty no less than $5,000 and no more than $15,000, depending on the case. This code can only be breached if the said aircraft has been powered up. L.C. (4)02. Failure to Register a Helipad or Landing Area
Any pilot who fails to register a personal helipad or parking facility is liable for a civil penalty no less than $10,000 and no more than $25,000, depending on the severity and threat posed to the public.
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