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Log of Permanent Rule Filings
February 23, 2009 through March 20, 2009
Administration, Department of
The rules in Chapter 44 are from the office for historically underutilized businesses. The rules in Subchapter 44A concern certification including general provisions (.0100); HUB certification application (.0200); documentation (.0300); third party challenge (.0400); revocation of HUB certification (.0500); and review (.0600).
Scope
Amend
01 NCAC 44A .0101
Documentation
Amend
01 NCAC 44A .0202
Duration of Certification
Amend
01 NCAC 44A .0204
Denial
Amend
01 NCAC 44A .0206
Required Documentation
Amend
01 NCAC 44A .0301
Challenge Initiation
Amend
01 NCAC 44A .0401
HUB Status During Challenge
Amend
01 NCAC 44A .0404
Reasons for Revocation
Amend
01 NCAC 44A .0501
Notice
Amend
01 NCAC 44A .0502
Review
Amend
01 NCAC 44A .0601
Status Pending Review
Amend
01 NCAC 44A .0605
HHS - Mental Health, Division of
The rules in Chapter 27 concern mental health community facilities and services. The rules in Subchapter 27G are from either the department or the Commission for Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services including general information (.0100); operation and management rules (.0200); physical plant rules (.0300); facility licensing procedures (.0400); area program requirements (.0500); area authority or county program monitoring of facilities and services (.0600); accreditation of area programs and services (.0700); waivers and appeals (.0800); general rules for infants and toddlers (.0900); partial hospitalization for individuals who are mentally ill (.1100); psychological rehabilitation facilities for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness (.1200); residential treatment for children and adolescents who are emotionally disturbed or who have a mental illness (.1300); day treatment for children and adolescents with emotional or behavioral disturbances (.1400); intensive residential treatment for children and adolescents who are emotionally disturbed or who have a mental illness (.1500); residential treatment staff secure facilities for children or adolescents (.1700); psychiatric residential treatment facilities for children and adolescents (.1900); specialized community residential centers for individuals with developmental disabilities (.2100); before/after school and summer developmental day services for children with or at risk for developmental delays or disabilities, or atypical development (.2200); adult developmental and vocational programs for individuals with developmental disabilities (.2300); developmental day services for children with or at risk for developmental delays or disabilities, or atypical development (.2400); early childhood intervention services (ECIS) for children with an at risk for developmental delays or disabilities, or atypical development and their families (.2500); nonhospital medical detoxification for individuals who are substance abusers (.3100); social setting detoxification for substance abuse (.3200); outpatient detoxification for substance abuse (.3300); residential treatment/rehabilitation for individuals with substance abuse disorders (.3400); outpatient facilities for individuals with substance abuse disorders (.3500); outpatient opioid treatment (.3600); day treatment facilities for individuals with substance abuse disorders (.3700); substance abuse services for DWI offenders (.3800); drug education schools (DES) (.3900); treatment alternatives to street crimes (TASC) (.4000); substance abuse primary prevention services (.4200); therapeutic community (.4300); facility based crises services for individual of all disability groups (.5000); community respite services for individuals of all disability groups (.5100); residential therapeutic (habilitative) camps for children and adolescents of all disability groups (.5200); day activity for individuals of all disability groups (.5400); sheltered workshops for individuals of all disability groups (.5500); supervised living for individuals of all disability groups (.5600); assertive community treatment service (.5700); supportive employment for individuals of all disability groups (.5800); case management for individuals of all disability groups (.5900); inpatient hospital treatment for individuals who have mental illness or substance abuse disorders (.6000); emergency services for individuals of all disability groups (.6100); outpatient services for individuals of all disability groups (.6200); companion respite services for individuals of all disability groups (.6300); personal assistants for individuals of all disabilities groups (.6400); employment assistance programs (.6500); specialized foster care services (.6600); forensic screening and evaluation services for individuals of all disability groups (.6700); prevention services (.6800); consultation and education services (.6900); local management entity response to complaints (.7000); and target population (.7100).
General
Repeal
10A NCAC 27G .0701
Accreditation Review
Repeal
10A NCAC 27G .0702
Accreditation of the Area Program
Repeal
10A NCAC 27G .0703
Denial r Revocation of the Accreditation
Repeal
10A NCAC 27G .0704
Interim Accreditation for New Services
Repeal
10A NCAC 27G .0705
Reciprocity
Repeal
10A NCAC 27G .0706
Purchase of Service and Capitation Contracts
Repeal
10A NCAC 27G .0707
Mental Health, Commission for
The rules in Chapter 28 are from either the Secretary or the Mental Health Commission and concern state operated facilities and services. The rules in Subchapter 28F concern admission and discharge including admission (.0100); voluntary admissions, involuntary commitments and discharge of adults from regional psychiatric hospitals (.0200); medical staff bylaws of North Carolina regional mental hospitals (.0300); hospitals behavior therapy programs (.0400); designation of research facilities in regional psychiatric hospitals (.0500); voluntary admission of adults who are not otherwise admissible as clients to designated research facilities in regional psychiatric hospitals (.0600); admission of deaf clients to state psychiatric hospitals and transfer of deaf clients to Dorothea Dix Hospital (.0700); general rules for MR Centers (.0800); voluntary admission and discharge to alcoholic rehabilitation centers (ARCS) (.0900); and probation and discharge (.1000).
Regions for Division Institutional Admissions
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10A NCAC 28F .0101
The rules in Subchapter 29D are miscellaneous rules including Carolina alternatives (.0100); single portal of entry and exit designation (.0200); designation of area mental health: mental retardation and substance abuse authorities and catchment areas (.0300); therapeutic homes for children and adolescents (.0400); Butner ordinances (.0500); substance abuse assessments for individuals charged with or convicted of driving while impaired(dwi) (.0600); procedures for amending rules (.0700); and community relations (.0800).
Scope
Repeal
10A NCAC 29D .0301
Definition
Repeal
10A NCAC 29D .0302
Area Authorities and Catchment
Repeal
10A NCAC 29D .0303
Change of Catchment Areas
Repeal
10A NCAC 29D .0304
Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission
The rules in Subchapter 9C concern the administration of criminal justice education and training standards including responsibilities of the criminal justice standards division (.0100); forms (.0200); certification of criminal justice officers (.0300); accreditation of criminal justice schools and training courses (.0400); minimum standards for accreditation of associate of applied science degree programs incorporating basic law enforcement training (.0500); and equipment and procedures (.0600).
Agency Reporting of Drug Screening Results
Amend
12 NCAC 09C .0310
Labor, Department of
The rules in Chapter 7 are from the Commissioner of Labor and cover the Occupational and Safety Health Act (OSHA). The rules in Subchapter 7F cover specific OSHA standards for various industries: general (.0100); construction (.0200); agriculture (.0300); shops fabricating structural steel and steel plate (.0400); maritime (.0500); communication towers (.0600); blasting and use of explosives (.0700); and cranes and derricks standards (.0900).
Toxic and Hazardous Substances
Repeal
13 NCAC 07F .0106
Environmental Management Commission
The rules in Subchapter 2B pertain to surface water standards and monitoring including procedures for assignment of water quality standards (.0100); the standards used to classify the waters of the state (.0200); stream classifications (.0300); effluent limitations (.0400); monitoring and reporting requirements (.0500); and water quality management plans (.0600).
French Broad River Basin
Amend
15A NCAC 02B .0304
The rules in Chapter 2 concern environmental management and are promulgated by the Environmental Management Commission or the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The rules in Subchapter 02C concern well construction standards including criteria and standards applicable to water-supply and certain other type wells (.0100); criteria and standards applicable to injection wells (.0200); and permitting and inspection of private drinking water wells (.0300).
Definitions
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0102
Registration
Repeal
15A NCAC 02C .0103
Permits
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0105
Standards of Construction: Water Supply Wells
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0107
Standards of Construction: Wells Other than Water Supply
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0108
Pumps and Pumping Equipment
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0109
Well Tests for Yield
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0110
Disinfection of Water Supply Wells
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0111
Well Maintenance: Repair: Groundwater Resources
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0112
Abandonment of Wells
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15A NCAC 02C .0113
Data and Records Required
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0114
Designated Areas: Wells Cased to Less than 20 Feet
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0116
Designated Areas: Water Supply Wells Cased to Minimum Dep...
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0117
Variance
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0118
Delegation
Amend
15A NCAC 02C .0119
Wildlife Resources Commission
The rules in Chapter 10 are promulgated by the Wildlife Resources Commission and concern wildlife resources and water safety. The rules in Subchapter 10B are hunting and trapping rules and cover general hunting and wildlife provisions (.0100), hunting specific animals (.0200), trapping (.0300), and tagging furs (.0400).
Migratory Game Birds
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0105
Wildlife Taken for Depredations or Accidentally
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0106
Big Game Kill Reports
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0113
Permitted Archery Equipment
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0116
Wildlife Collectors
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0119
Prohibited Taking and Manner of Take
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0201
Bear
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0202
Deer (White Tailed)
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15A NCAC 10B .0203
Wild Boar (Both Sexes)
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0204
Squirrels
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0206
Wild Turkey
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0209
Foxes (Gray and Red)
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0212
Crow
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15A NCAC 10B .0215
Open Seasons
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15A NCAC 10B .0302
Bag Limits
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15A NCAC 10B .0303
Trappers and Hunters
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0404
Sale of Live Foxes and Coyotes to Controlled Fox Hunting ...
Amend
15A NCAC 10B .0409
The rules in Subchapter 10C cover inland fishing including jurisdictional issues involving the Marine Fisheries Commission (.0100); general rules (.0200); game fish (.0300); non-game fish (.0400); primary nursery areas (.0500); and anadromous fish spawning areas (.0600).
Public Mountain Trout Waters
Amend
15A NCAC 10C .0205
Spawning Areas
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15A NCAC 10C .0208
Possession of Certain Fishes
Amend
15A NCAC 10C .0211
State Inland Fishing License Exemptions
Amend
15A NCAC 10C .0216
Open Seasons: Creel and Size Limits
Amend
15A NCAC 10C .0305
Manner of Taking Non-game Fishes: Purchase and Sale
Amend
15A NCAC 10C .0401
The rules in Chapter 10 are promulgated by the Wildlife Resources Commission and concern wildlife resources and water safety. The rules in Subchapter 10D are game lands rules.
General Regulations Regarding Use
Amend
15A NCAC 10D .0102
Hunting On Game Lands
Amend
15A NCAC 10D .0103
Fishing on Game Lands
Amend
15A NCAC 10D .0104
The rules in Subchapter 10E concern fishing and boating access areas.
Use of Areas Regulated
Amend
15A NCAC 10E .0104
The rules in Subchapter 10H concern activities regulated by the Commission including controlled hunting preserves for domestically raised game birds (.0100), holding wildlife in captivity (.0300), commercial trout ponds (.0400), fish propagation (.0700), falconry (.0800), game bird propagators (.0900), taxidermy (.1000), furbearer propagation (.1100), controlled fox hunting preserves (.1200), and reptiles and amphibians (.1300).
Establishment and Operation
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15A NCAC 10H .0102
Bird Feeders
Amend
15A NCAC 10H .0108
Quail Call-Pen Traps
Amend
15A NCAC 10H .0109
Quail Call-Pen Traps
Amend
15A NCAC 10H .0907
Possession of Reptiles and Amphibians
Amend
15A NCAC 10H .1302
The rules in Subchapter 10I concern endangered and threatened species.
Protection of Endangered/Threatened/Special Concern Species
Amend
15A NCAC 10I .0102
Education, State Board of
The rules in Chapter 6 concern elementary and secondary education. The rules in Subchapter 6C concern personnel including general provisions (.0100); teacher education (.0200); certification (.0300); annuities and pensions (.0400); performance appraisal system (.0500); and code of professional practice and conduct for North Carolina educators (.0600).
Teacher Evaluation Process
Adopt
16 NCAC 06C .0503
Rubric for Teacher Evaluation
Adopt
16 NCAC 06C .0504
Revenue, Department of
The rules in Chapter 7 are sales and use tax. The rules in Chapter 7B concern state sales and use tax including general provisions (.0100); adjustments, replacements and alterations and installation sales (.0800); advertising, advertising agencies and public relations firms (.0900); barbers, beauty shop operators, shoe and watch repairmen (.1000); sales of bulk tobacco barns and farm machines and equipment (.1100); hotels, motels, tourist camps and tourist cabins (.1200); sales in interstate commerce (.1300); sales of medicines, drugs and medical supplies (.1400); finance companies, finance charges and carrying charges (.1500); sales to or by hospitals, educational, charitable or religious institutions, and refunds thereto (.1600); sales to or by the state, counties, cities and other political subdivisions (.1700); hospitals and sanitariums (.1800); tire recappers and retreaders: and tire and tube repairs (.1900); sales and gifts by employers to employees or other users (.2000); electricity, piped natural gas, bottled gas, coal, coke, fuel oil, oxygen, acetylene, hydrogen, liquefied petroleum gas and other combustibles (.2100); food and food products for human consumption (.2200); sales to out-of-state merchants for resale (.2300); sales of medical supplies and equipment to veterinarians (.2400); furniture and storage warehousemen (.2500); liability of contractors, use tax on equipment brought into state and building materials (.2600); dentists, dental laboratories and dental supply houses (.2700); florists, nurserymen, greenhouse operators and farmers (.2800); vending machines (.2900); articles taken in trade, trade-ins, repossessions, returned merchandise and used or secondhand merchandise (.3000); radio and television stations and motion picture theatres (.3100); telecommunications and telegraph companies (.3200); orthopedic appliances (.3300); memorial stone and monument dealers and monument manufactures (.3400); machinists, foundrymen and pattern makers (.3500); lubricants and oils and greases (.3700); premiums and gifts and trading stamps (.3800); containers, wrapping and packing and shipping materials (.3900); fertilizer, seeds and feed and insecticides (.0400); artists, art dealers and photographers (.4100); sales to the United States government or agencies thereof (.4200); refunds to interstate carriers (.4300); lease or rental (.4400); laundries, dry cleaning plants, launderettes, linen rentals and solicitors for such businesses (.4500); motor vehicles and boats (.4600); printers and newspaper or magazine publishers (.4700); basis of reporting (.4800); eyeglasses and other ophthalmic aids and supplies, oculists and optometrists and opticians (.5000); leased departments and transient sellers (.5100); baby chicks and poults (.5200); and certificate of authority and bond requirements (.5300).
Supplies and Equipment
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17 NCAC 07B .1202
Housing Authorities
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17 NCAC 07B .1705
Oxygen
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17 NCAC 07B .1804
Hospital Supplies
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17 NCAC 07B .1805
Tire Repair Materials
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17 NCAC 07B .1903
Sales by Tire Recappers
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17 NCAC 07B .1904
Propane Sold to Schools
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17 NCAC 07B .2103
Aviation Fuel
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17 NCAC 07B .2105
Food and Food Products
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17 NCAC 07B .2201
Disposable Lunchroom Supplies
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17 NCAC 07B .2202
Meals on Trains: Planes: Etc.
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17 NCAC 07B .2204
Caterers
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17 NCAC 07B .2205
Food Service Supplies
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17 NCAC 07B .2207
Fraternity and Sorority Meals
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17 NCAC 07B .2208
In General
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17 NCAC 07B .2301
Sales by Veterinarians
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .2402
Weigh Hoppers Sold to Contractors
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .2603
Sand: Stone Sold to Contractors
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .2604
Sandblast Sand Sold to Contractors
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .2605
Repossessions
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3002
Repair Parts for Used Property
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3005
Used Property Sold for Repair Charges
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3011
Trade: Grain for Flour
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3012
Radio and Television: Etc. Receipts
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3101
Rental of Films: Recordings
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3103
Supplies to Install Memorial Stones/Monuments/Bronze Grav...
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3403
Molds: Dies: For Resale
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3503
Molds: Dies: Nonmanufacturers' Use
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3505
Lubricating Service
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3701
Car Wash Businesses
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3703
Sales of Trading Stamps
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3802
Gift Certificates
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .3804
Royalties
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .4402
Maintenance of Leased Property
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .4403
Insurance on Leased Property
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .4406
Golf Driving Range Fees
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .4414
Skating Rink Fees
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .4415
Garment Repairs and Storage
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .4506
Uniform Rentals
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .4509
Dyeing of Garments
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .4511
Ophthalmic Instruments
Amend
17 NCAC 07B .5003
Engineers and Surveyors, Board of Examiners for
The rules in Chapter 56 concern the organization of the board (.0100); instructional programs (.0300); records and reports of the board, retention and dispositions (.0400); professional engineer (.0500); professional land surveyor (.0600); rules of professional conduct (.0700); firm registration (.0800); general business entities (.0900); temporary permit (.1000); seal (.1100); rulemaking proceedings (.1200); board disciplinary procedures (.1300); contested cases (.1400); fees (.1500); standards of practice for land surveying in North Carolina (.1600); and continuing professional competency (.1700).
Requirements for Licensing
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .0501
Application Procedure: Individual
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .0502
Examinations
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .0503
Expirations and Renewals of Certificates
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .0505
Application Procedure: Individual
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .0602
Examinations
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .0603
Expirations and Renewals of Certificates
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .0606
Rules of Professional Conduct
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .0701
Procedure
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .0802
Annual Renewal
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .0804
Design
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1102
Standard Certification Requirements
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1103
Certification of Standard Design Plans
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1106
Improper Practice by a Licensee
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1301
Decision of Board
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1413
Surveying Procedures
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1602
Classification of Boundary Surveys
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1603
Mapping Requirements for Boundary Surveys
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1604
Specifications for Topographic and Planimetric Mapping, I...
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1606
Global Positioning Systems Surveys
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1607
Classification/Land Information System/Geographic Informa...
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1608
Definitions
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1702
Requirements
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1703
Determination of Credit
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1705
Recordkeeping
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1706
Exemptions
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1707
Comity/Out-of-Jurisdiction Resident
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1709
Compliance
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1712
Sponsors
Amend
21 NCAC 56 .1713
Real Estate Commission
The rules in Chapter 58 are from the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. The rules in Subchapter 58A are rules relating to real estate brokers and salesmen including rules dealing with general brokerage (.0100); application for license (.0300); examinations (.0400); licensing (.0500); real estate commission hearings (.0600); petitions for rules (.0700); rulemaking (.0800); declaratory rulings (.0900); real estate education and recovery fund (.1400); discriminatory practices prohibited (.1600); mandatory continuing education (.1700); limited nonresident commercial licensing (.1800); post-licensure education (.1900); annual reports (.2000); brokers in military service (.2100); and broker price opinions and comparative market analyses (.2200).
Agency Agreements and Disclosure
Amend
21 NCAC 58A .0104
Advertising
Amend
21 NCAC 58A .0105
Broker-In-Charge
Amend
21 NCAC 58A .0110
Offers and Sales Contracts
Amend
21 NCAC 58A .0112
Reporting Criminal Convictions and Disciplinary Actions
Amend
21 NCAC 58A .0113
Residential Property Disclosure Statement
Amend
21 NCAC 58A .0114
Confidentiality of Examinations
Amend
21 NCAC 58A .0405
Business Entities
Amend
21 NCAC 58A .0502
Active and Inactive License Status
Amend
21 NCAC 58A .0504
Reinstatement of Expired License, Revoked, Surrendered or...
Amend
21 NCAC 58A .0505
Denial or Withdrawal of Postlicensing Education Credit
Amend
21 NCAC 58A .1904
The rules in Subchapter 58C deal with real estate prelicensing education schools including rules dealing with the licensing of all schools except private real estate schools (.0100); private real estate schools (.0200); prelicensing courses (.0300); and pre-licensing course instructors (.0600).
Withdrawal or Denial of Approval
Amend
21 NCAC 58C .0105
School Name
Amend
21 NCAC 58C .0203
Licensing Exam Confidentiality: School Perform/Licensing
Amend
21 NCAC 58C .0218
Course Completion Standards
Amend
21 NCAC 58C .0304
Course Scheduling
Amend
21 NCAC 58C .0305
Course Completion Reporting
Amend
21 NCAC 58C .0309
Notice of Scheduled Courses
Amend
21 NCAC 58C .0313
Denial or Withdrawal of Approval
Amend
21 NCAC 58C .0608
The rules in Subchapter 58E are the real estate continuing education rules both update and elective course components including rules dealing with update courses (.0100); update course instructors (.0200); elective courses, sponsors, and instructors (.0300); general sponsor requirements (.0400); course operational requirements (.0500); and broker-in-charge annual review (.0600).
Distance Education Courses
Adopt
21 NCAC 58E .0310
Student Participation Standards
Amend
21 NCAC 58E .0511
The rules in Subchapter 58F set the standards for the broker transition course.
Basic Requirement
Repeal
21 NCAC 58F .0101
Course Content
Repeal
21 NCAC 58F .0102
Course Sponsors and Instructors
Repeal
21 NCAC 58F .0103
Course Operational Requirements
Repeal
21 NCAC 58F .0104
Course Completion Reporting and Per Student Fee
Repeal
21 NCAC 58F .0105
Withdrawal of Sponsor and Instructor Approval
Repeal
21 NCAC 58F .0106
Community Colleges, Board of
The rules in Chapter 2 concern Community Colleges. The rules in Subchapter 2C deal with the organization and operation of the colleges including trustees and colleges (.0100); personnel (.0200); students (.0300); libraries and learning resource centers (.0400); equipment (.0500); college evaluation (.0600); and civil rights (.0700).
Intercollegiate Athletics
Adopt
23 NCAC 02C .0110
The rules in Subchapter 2D cover the fiscal affairs of community colleges including salaries (.0100), student fees (.0200) and budgeting, accounting and fiscal management (.0300).
Tuition and Fees for Curriculum Programs
Amend
23 NCAC 02D .0202
Operating Budget Requests: Distribution of Funds
Amend
23 NCAC 02D .0301
Budget FTE Funding
Amend
23 NCAC 02D .0326
Reporting Student Membership Hours to the Department
Amend
23 NCAC 02D .0327
The rules in Subchapter 2E cover educational programs including program classification (.0100); curriculum programs (.0200); adult, extension, and community service programs (.0300); industrial services (.0400); articulation (.0500); and vocational curriculum (.0600).
Program Classification
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23 NCAC 02E .0101
Courses and Standards for Curriculum Programs
Amend
23 NCAC 02E .0204
Program Review
Amend
23 NCAC 02E .0205
Customized Training Program
Amend
23 NCAC 02E .0401
Administrative Hearings, Office of
The rules in Chapter 2 are from the rules division and cover publication of The North Carolina Administrative Code (NCAC) and the North Carolina Register (NCR). The rules in Subchapter 2C are the submission procedures for rules and other documents to be published in the North Carolina Register and the North Carolina Administrative Code including general provisions (.0100); codification of rules (.0200); the Register (.0300); the Administrative Code (.0400); temporary rules (.0500); emergency rules (.0600); and publication on the OAH website (.0700).
Electronic Filing
Amend
26 NCAC 02C .0308
The rules in Chapter 3 are from the Hearings Division and cover procedure (.0100); mediated settlement conferences (.0200); simplified procedures for medicaid applicant and recipient repeals (.0400); and electronic filing (.0500).
General
Amend
26 NCAC 03 .0101