18 NCAC 12 .0706 DISCLOSURE TO A DESIGNATED INDIVIDUAL OF THE IDENTITY OF THE PRINCIPAL BY THE LOBBYIST FOR A SINGLE PRINCIPAL
Before engaging in lobbying communications or activities with a designated individual, a lobbyist representing a single principal shall identify his or her principal by one or more of the following methods or by a method which provides a similar declaration of the identity of the principal in fact:
(1) An oral or written communication:
(a) Using the word "principal"; or
(b) Using the term "lobbyist for"; and
(2) An oral or written communication of the identity of the principal in fact by:
(a) An oral and declarative statement identifying the principal;
(b) The act of supplying a business card with the name of the principal;
(c) Stating in correspondence the identity of the principal;
(d) The act of placing the words "lobbyist for" and the identity of the principal in correspondence; or
(e) The visible display of a name tag containing the identity of the principal.
History Note: Authority G.S. 120C-101(a); 120C-200(e); 120C-220; 120C-600; 120C-603;
Eff. December 1, 2007;
Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A, rule is necessary without substantive public interest Eff. September 23, 2017.