TITLE 26 – OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS

 

CHAPTER 05 – RULES REVIEW COMMISSION

 

SECTION .0100 - GENERAL

 

26 NCAC 05 .0101             DEFINITIONS

As used in this Chapter the following terms have the following meanings unless the context indicates otherwise:

(1)           "Commission" or "RRC" means the Rules Review Commission as established in G.S. 143B-30.1.

(2)           "Objection letter" means any letter or other written correspondence from the public pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3(b2) objecting to a rule and requesting review of the rule by the General Assembly filed with the Rules Review Commission while the rule is under review by the Rules Review Commission.

(3)           "Review" means the statutory "Part 3. Review by Commission" at G.S. 150B-21.8 and following including the RRC action as set out in G.S. 150B-21.10.

(4)           "Rewritten rules" mean rules that have been revised in an attempt to satisfy an objection by the Commission.

(5)           "Technical Changes" mean the changes made by an agency to reply to a request from the Commission or its staff as set out in G.S. 150B-21.10.  Technical changes shall not result in a substantive change in the meaning, interpretation, or application of a rule and include the following categories of changes:

(a)           Correcting errors of a general nature including:

(i)            obvious typographical errors, misspellings, punctuation, and grammatical errors;

(ii)           preferred English or legal usage;

(iii)          errors in complying with OAH or, perhaps, statutory requirements that are not substantive errors; and

(iv)          proof of compliance with the legally required process.

(b)           Correcting errors that would appear to be substantive changes except that they do not change the intended or accepted meaning, interpretation or application of the rule including:

(i)            changing "should" or "will" to "shall" or "must;"

(ii)           clarifying the use of "approved;"

(iii)          clarifying or correcting the use of "and," "or" or "and/or;"

(iv)          clarifying or deleting commonly used adjectives or adverbs such as "thoroughly," "clearly," "adequately," "appropriate," and "substantial;" and

(v)           inserting substantive contents of a rule's catchline (or title) into the rule itself.

(c)           Requesting agencies to rewrite a rule, paragraph, or portions of a rule to more clearly express the intent of the agency when the meaning and application of the rule is known and understood.

(d)           Acting on agencies' requests on behalf of citizens or agency staff to clarify the intent, requirements, or prohibition of a rule that would not result in a change in the rule's enforcement.

(e)           Deleting or rewriting portions of rules that are not necessary rather than raising objections.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008.

26 NCAC 05 .0102             COMMUNICATIONS WITH COMMISSIONERS

(a)  Any person who wishes to address the Commission or individual commissioners shall comply with Rules .0103, .0104, and .0105 of this Chapter.

(b)  The Rules Review Commission does not encourage oral communications with individual commissioners regarding rules before the commission.  However, to the extent that any individual commissioner allows oral communications, then such communication is permitted.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0103             SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN COMMENTS CONCERNING PERMANENT RULES TO THE RRC

(a)  Any person desiring to submit written comments concerning a permanent rule shall submit the comments to the individual commissioners and two copies (unless submitted by email in which case one copy is sufficient) to the RRC staff by 5:00 p.m. of the Tuesday of the week prior to the next RRC meeting.  Written comments may be submitted electronically to the individual commissioners who accept delivery in an electronic format.

(b)  Written submissions shall specify how a rule either complies with or fails to comply with the statutory grounds for the RRC's review set out in G.S. 150B-21.9.

(c)  Persons submitting comments shall also submit a copy of the comments at the same time and in the same manner to the agency rulemaking coordinator.

(d)  A person or agency may submit rebuttal comments to comments concerning permanent rules.  The comments shall be submitted in the same manner as set out in Paragraph (a) up to 5:00 p.m. of the business day before the RRC meeting at which the rule is to be reviewed.  A person or agency may submit rebuttal comments at the RRC meeting.

(e)  Any person submitting written comments at an RRC meeting or submitting rebuttal comments shall submit at the meeting sufficient copies for all the members attending, commission counsel, agency rulemaking coordinator, and the permanent record, a maximum of 14 copies.

(f)  The Chair may waive the requirements of this Rule based on the factors in Rule .0112 of this Chapter.

(g)  Written comments not submitted in accordance with this Rule are subject to being excluded from the record by the Commission.

(h)  The RRC staff shall maintain a list of commissioners and rulemaking coordinators with their contact information.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0104             SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN COMMENTS CONCERNING TEMPORARY RULES TO THE RRC

(a)  Any person desiring to submit written comments concerning a temporary rule shall submit the comments to the individual commissioners and two copies (unless submitted by email in which case one copy is sufficient) to the RRC staff prior to or at the RRC meeting or RRC designee meeting at which the temporary rule shall be reviewed.

(b)  Written submissions shall specify how a rule either complies with or fails to comply with the statutory grounds for the RRC's review set out in G.S. 150B-21.1 and G.S. 150B-21.9.

(c)  Persons submitting comments shall also submit a copy of the comments at the same time and in the same manner to the agency rulemaking coordinator.

(d)  A person or agency may submit rebuttal comments to comments concerning temporary rules.

(e)  Any comments and rebuttal comments shall be submitted in the same manner as set out in Paragraph (a) up to 5:00 p.m. of the business day before the RRC meeting or designee meeting at which the rule is to be reviewed or the person or agency may submit the comments at the meeting.

(f)  Any person submitting written comments or rebuttal comments shall submit at the meeting sufficient copies for all the members attending, commission counsel, agency rulemaking coordinator, and the permanent record, a maximum of 14 copies.

(g)  The Chair may waive the requirements of this Rule based on the factors in Rule .0112 of this Chapter.

(h)  Written comments not submitted in accordance with this Rule are subject to being excluded from the record by the Commission.

(i)  The RRC staff shall maintain a list of commissioners and rulemaking coordinators with their contact information.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0105             REQUIRED NOTICE PRIOR TO ORAL RRC PRESENTATION

(a)  The Chair may allow an agency or any person to make oral statements in support of or in opposition to a rule or report as set forth in Rule .0206 of this Chapter.

(b)  Any person or agency desiring to make an oral statement concerning a permanent rule shall notify the RRC staff in writing by 5:00 p.m. of the second business day before the RRC meeting.  The notice shall identify the rule upon which the oral statement will be made and shall also include the name, address, telephone number, fax number and email address of the individual who will be making the oral statement.  If the person did not submit a written comment, the person shall state whether the oral statement will support or oppose the rule or report.

(c)  Any person or agency desiring to make an oral statement concerning a temporary rule shall notify the RRC staff prior to the start of the RRC meeting or RRC designee meeting at which a temporary rule will be reviewed.  The notice shall identify the rule upon which the oral statement will be made and shall also include the name, address, telephone number, fax number and email address of the individual who will be making the oral statement.  If the person did not submit a written comment, the person shall state whether the oral statement will support or oppose the rule.

(d)  At the same time the person notifies the RRC staff, the person shall also notify the rule making coordinator for the agency proposing the rule if the person wishes to speak in opposition to the rule or report.  If a person fails to notify the agency in accordance with this rule, the Chair may deny a request to make an oral statement to the RRC.

(e)  If the Commission asks an individual to address a rule or report, the prior notice required by this Rule does not apply.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008;

Amended Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0106             LIMITATIONS ON ORAL PRESENTATIONS

(a)  The RRC Chair in open session may set time limits on oral presentations before the Commission.

(b)  Unless the Chair sets other time limits for oral presentations, the time allowed for presentations shall not exceed ten minutes for each requesting person or agency.  The Chair may require that oral presentations be limited to representative spokespersons for those advocating or those opposing rule approval by the RRC.

(c)  Factors that the Chair may use in determining time limits include the length of the agenda and time remaining in the meeting; the number of contested rules; the complexity of the issues; the public interest in a particular rule or report; the number of people desiring to address the RRC concerning the rule or report; the variations in their arguments (i.e., whether they are adding additional information to the debate or merely being repetitive of earlier speakers or earlier points raised by the same speaker) and the level of agreement within their positions or relationships; the nature of the comments in relation to the RRC scope of review; and the amount of notice given to the agency.

(d)  The agency adopting the rule shall be allowed an opportunity to address the Commission when a person addresses the Commission in opposition to a rule, unless the agency fails to appear after notice of written comments opposing approval of the rule.  When a comment in opposition to a rule first occurs by an oral comment at the Commission meeting, the agency shall be allowed an opportunity to address the Commission at the next meeting of the Commission or Commission's designee where the rule is under review.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008;

Amended Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0107             WITHDRAWAL OF RULES AFTER FILING WITH RRC

An agency may withdraw a rule after filing with the RRC and before review by the RRC when:

(1)           the rule is an adoption;

(2)           the staff recommendation to object to the rule applies to the amendment to the rule and not to the existing language;

(3)           there is no staff recommendation to object to the rule; or

(4)           the rule was not adopted in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0108             SUBMISSION OF REWRITTEN RULES OR RULES WITH TECHNICAL CHANGES

(a)  The RRC shall not review rewritten rules until the next regular meeting following the meeting at which a rule was originally reviewed by the RRC.

(b)  Agencies may submit technical changes prior to the meeting at which a rule is initially reviewed for consideration and approval by the Commission at that meeting.

(c)  All rules containing technical changes shall be submitted to the RRC staff by the earlier of:

(1)           5:00 p.m. 10 business days after the Requests for Technical Change are submitted to the agency rulemaking coordinator; or

(2)           5:00 p.m. of the Friday before the RRC meeting.  If that Friday is a holiday, then the rules shall be submitted on the last business day before the holiday.

(d)  All rewritten rules shall be submitted to the RRC staff by 5:00 p.m. of the Friday before the RRC meeting. If that Friday is a holiday, then the rewritten rules shall be submitted on the last business day before the holiday.

(e)  These deadlines may be waived by RRC staff when an agency which is a board or commission does not meet until the day of the deadline or later or when the original submission is deficient and requires further changes.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008;

Amended Eff. February 1, 2012.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0109             COMMUNICATIONS WITH RRC STAFF

Any person desiring to confer with RRC staff may do so at any time that staff is available.  However, this shall not be a confidential communication and staff may inform an agency or any other person of such communication and may invite rebuttal response.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0110             FILING OBJECTION LETTERS

The RRC shall not consider any objection letter which is dated prior to the time the agency adopts the rule.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0111             RESPONSE TO OBJECTION LETTERS

(a)  The RRC staff shall respond to any objection letter for which it has a return address and that is not eligible for consideration.

(b)  The RRC staff's response shall inform the letter writer that the objection letter is not eligible for consideration as it was untimely and inform the letter writer how to file a timely objection letter.

(c)  The RRC staff may respond to letters that were filed by a single individual on behalf of multiple individuals to the individual filing the letters.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008.

 

26 nCAC 05 .0112             WAIVER

(a)  The Commission in open session may waive any rule for which no specific waiver provision is set out.

(b)  Any person or agency requesting a waiver shall do so in writing and shall set out the specific rule for which a waiver is requested and the reasons justifying such a waiver.

(c)  Any person desiring a waiver of the Commission's rules shall submit a copy of the request to the rulemaking coordinator for the agency proposing a rule at the same time and in the same manner as the submission to the RRC.

(d)  The factors to be used in deciding whether to waive a rule are:

(1)           the necessity for a waiver;

(2)           the amount of notice given to the Commission and its staff, the agency proposing the rule, and interested parties;

(3)           the applicant's responsibility for the conditions creating the need for a waiver;

(4)           the applicant's previous requests for a waiver;

(5)           the applicant's knowledge of or experience with the rulemaking process;

(6)           the precedential value of such a waiver;

(7)           the harm to the applicant if a waiver is not granted;

(8)           the harm to the agency if a waiver is granted when the agency is not the applicant.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. August 1, 2008.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0113             WITHDRAWAL OF OBJECTION LETTERS

(a)  A person may request that the Commission allow withdrawal of his or her previously filed objection letter to a rule prior to the meeting at which that rule is approved as set out below.

(b)  A request to withdraw an objection letter after a rule has been approved is untimely and shall be returned to the requesting party with a denial by the Commission staff.

(c)  The original request to withdraw a previously filed objection letter must be signed by the person who wrote the objection letter, notarized and delivered to the Commission by the close of business on the last day prior to the meeting at which the rule that is the subject of the objection letter is approved.

(d)  The Commission shall act on the request to withdraw the previously filed objection letter at the meeting.  The staff attorney offering comments on the rule shall also announce how the request to withdraw the previously filed objection letter would affect the rule's effective date and whether the rule would be subject to legislative review.

(e)  The Commission shall base its decision on:

(1)           the factual circumstances concerning the objection letter and the request to withdraw any letter;

(2)           any defects in either the objection letter or the request to withdraw the objection letter;

(3)           the history of the particular rulemaking;

(4)           the notice provided to all parties and the Commission;

(5)           the good faith of the person making the withdrawal request; and

(6)           any factors the Commission may use in deciding whether to grant a waiver from its rules.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1;

Eff. December 1, 2010.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0114             RRC RULE APPROVAL CONTINGENT ON TECHNICAL CHANGE

(a)  When the Commission approves a rule, the approval is contingent on an agency's making all requested technical changes.

(b)  The agency must make such change prior to the close of business on the next business day after the rule is approved, or such other date or time as may be set by the Commission, in order for the rule to take effect on the first day of the following month.

(c)  If the change has not been made as set out in Paragraph (b) of this Rule, then the rule shall be calendared on the Commission's agenda for the following month.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 143B-30.1; 150B-21.10;

Eff. February 1, 2012.

 

SECTION .0200 – PERIODIC REVIEW OF EXISTING RULES

 

26 NCAC 05 .0201             SCOPE

The purpose of this Section is to implement the existing rules review required by G.S. 150B-21.3A.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 150B-21.3A;

Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0202             DEFINITIONS

In addition to the definitions in G.S. 150B-21.3A and in Rule .0101 of this Chapter, for the purposes of this Section the following definitions apply:

(1)           "Determination" means a classification of a rule as

(a)           unnecessary;

(b)           necessary with substantive public interest; or

(c)           necessary without substantive public interest.

(2)           "Existing rules" means rules currently in the Code at the time the schedule contained in Rule .0211 of this Section becomes effective and are not repealed, transferred, expired, or reserved.

(3)           "Report" means the report established pursuant to Rule .0206 of this Section, used to implement steps one through three in G.S. 150B-21.3A(c).

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 150B-21.3A;

Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0203             DEADLINES

(a)  The Commission shall submit by email to the rulemaking coordinator of an agency subject to the review a report containing its existing rules.  Agencies shall have 10 business days after the report is sent to review it for accuracy and completeness.  An agency shall notify the Commission staff by email at oah.rules@oah.nc.gov of any errors or missing rules within the 10 business days following the date the RRC sent the report.

(b)  An agency shall complete the report as set out in Rule .0206(b) of this Section.  The agency shall then submit its initial report to the Office of Administrative Hearings at the above email address and OAH shall post the report on its website within five business days of receipt.

(c)  All reports shall be filed on or before the 15th day of the month for Commission review of the report at its meeting the following month, using the schedule set forth in Rule .0211 of this Section.  Commission counsel shall notify an agency if he or she intends to recommend reviewing this report at a later meeting. The Commission may delay reviewing a report until a later meeting if the workload of the Commission and its staff makes the review impracticable. If the Commission delays reviewing a report, it shall notify the agency.  In rescheduling any review, the Commission shall consider the date on which the report was filed with the Commission.

(d)  All deadlines that require filing or notification as set forth in this Rule shall be by 5:00 p.m. on the business day of the deadline or the next business day following the deadline if the deadline falls on a non-business day.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 150B-21.3A;

Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0204             EXTENSION OF TIME

(a)  If the agency cannot meet the filing deadline set forth in Rules .0203(c) and .0211 of this Section, the agency head may submit a written request for an extension of time from the Commission.  The Commission shall consider the request at its next regularly scheduled meeting.  The Commission's decision shall be made on a case by case basis, considering the justification offered by the agency requesting the extension, which may include:

(1)           the efforts of the agency to comply with the review;

(2)           any illness or incapacity of the staff member assigned responsibility for submitting the report;

(3)           changes of composition to the agency or its staff that resulted in a delay of the review;

(4)           whether the agency received a volume of comments that requires additional time to respond; and

(5)           arguments against the delay by members of the public.

(b)  A request solely citing time constraints to complete the report is insufficient for an extension of time.

(c)  If an agency head submits a request for an extension, the agency shall post notice on its website and notify its interested persons mailing list maintained pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.2(d) that the RRC will review the request at its next regularly scheduled meeting.  The notice shall also inform the public that individuals may contact the Commission to object to the delay.

(d)  Any person desiring to submit written arguments against the delay proposed by an agency shall submit the comments by email to the individual commissioners and to the RRC staff by 5:00 p.m. on the Tuesday prior to the meeting.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 150B-21.3A;

Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0205             AGENCY REQUEST TO ADD UNNECESSARY RULES TO THE SCHEDULE

(a)  If an agency designates a rule as unnecessary and places it on the current year schedule as set forth in G.S. 150B-21.3A(e), it shall file written notice of this designation with the Commission.  The Commission shall consider the notice at its next regularly scheduled meeting.

(b)  The Commission shall consider a request filed on or before the 15th day of the month at its meeting the next month and shall then place the rule or rules on the schedule.  The Commission shall notify the agency of the date the agency is required to submit the report to the Commission.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 150B-21.3A;

Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0206             REPORT

(a)  All agencies participating in the review shall use the report prepared by the Commission.

(b)  The agency shall complete the following fields of the report prior to posting:

(1)           the initial agency determination;

(2)           whether a rule is necessary to implement or conform to federal law.  If it is, the agency must include a citation to that law in the report; and

(3)           the public comment period, which shall be no less than 60 days and begin upon posting on the agency's and the Office of Administrative Hearings' websites.  If the posting does not occur on the same day for both sites, the comment period shall begin upon posting on the second website.

(c)  The agency shall post the report on its website continuously throughout the public comment period and accept comments on the initial determinations made by the agency in the report.

(d)  Prior to submitting the report to the Commission, the agency shall state in the report whether comments were received and the final determination for each rule.  The agency shall attach to the report a copy of every comment received.  The full text of all comments shall be included with or attached to the report.  The agency shall also attach a brief response addressing the merits of each comment.

(e)  The agency shall submit a report with all fields completed along with all required attachments set forth in Paragraph (d) of this Rule.  Reports that are not complete shall be considered not filed and shall be returned to the agency to complete.

(f)  The agency shall submit the report to the Commission with one original of the report and the comments received. The agency shall also submit an electronic version of the report that shall be compatible with or convertible to the most recent version of Microsoft Excel.  The electronic report shall be submitted by email at oah.rules@oah.nc.gov.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 150B-21.3A;

Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0207             PUBLIC COMMENT

(a)  For purposes of this Section, an agency shall accept public comments submitted to the agency by US Postal Service or other delivery service and electronic communication.

(b)  The agency shall send notice of the posting and public comment period to its interested persons mailing list maintained pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.2(d).

(c)  Each agency shall include on its website and in any notice sent to interested persons the following:

(1)           instructions on how a person may comment on the determination;

(2)           to whom the comment should be directed;

(3)           the definition of "public comment" in G.S. 150B-21.3A(a)(5); and

(4)           that a comment must address the content of the rule to be considered by the Commission.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 150B-21.2(d); 150B-21.3A;

Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0208             AGENCY RESPONSE TO PUBLIC COMMENT

(a)  The agency shall address the substance of a public comment as defined in G.S. 150B-21.3A(a)(5).

(b)  Agencies are not required to respond to the individual but shall include a brief response to the merits of the public comment in the report submitted to the Commission.

(c)  The Commission shall consider a report incomplete if the agency does not respond to the merits of the public comments and shall return the report to the agency.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 150B-21.3A;

Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0209             EXEMPTION FROM THE PERIODIC REVIEW OF EXISTING RULES

(a)  An agency requesting an exemption from the review pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A(d) may make an exemption request for an entire Section, Subchapter, Chapter, or Title of rules if the entire Section, Subchapter, Chapter, or Title of rules were adopted or amended within the previous 10 years prior to the review.

(b)  The Commission shall not grant an exemption for individual rules.

(c)  The agency head must make the written request to the Commission.

(d)  If an agency head submits a request for exemption, the agency shall post notice on its website and notify its interested persons mailing list maintained pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.2(d).

(e)  The Commission shall post notice of the agency's request on its website and provide notice of a public hearing.

(f)  The Commission shall conduct a public hearing to determine whether it should grant the waiver.  The Commission shall consider the following:

(1)           the arguments of the agency;

(2)           public input;

(3)           impact on the regulated public affected by the rule; and

(4)           whether granting the waiver is within the public interest.

(g)  If the Commission grants the waiver request, the Section, Subchapter, Chapter, or Title shall be removed from the current schedule and shall not be reviewed under this Section until the new review schedule is set.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 150B-21.3A;

Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0210             AGENCY PRESENTATION TO THE COMMISSION

If a representative from the agency does not appear at the meeting when the agency's report is being reviewed and a question regarding the report is raised, then the Commission shall defer the review to a subsequent meeting.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 150B-21.3A;

Eff. April 1, 2014.

 

26 NCAC 05 .0211             Schedule

(a)  The Commission shall review the report prepared for the identified portion of the Administrative Code on the month and year as set forth below:

 

July 2014

August 2014

September 2014

October 2014

November 2014

03 NCAC 01

21 NCAC 23

21 NCAC 37

 

04 NCAC 24

21 NCAC 08

21 NCAC 52

24 NCAC 02

25 NCAC 01A

25 NCAC 01B

25 NCAC 01C

25 NCAC 02

 

04 NCAC 17

15A NCAC 01A

15A NCAC 01S

18 NCAC 03

18 NCAC 05

21 NCAC 01

21 NCAC 30

21 NCAC 42

21 NCAC 45

 

15A NCAC 02B

15A NCAC 02H

15A NCAC 02T

15A NCAC 02U

 

04 NCAC 14

11 NCAC 14

11 NCAC 18

11 NCAC 20

11 NCAC 21

11 NCAC 22

13 NCAC 08

13 NCAC 10

15A NCAC 12A

15A NCAC 12B

15A NCAC 12C

15A NCAC 12D

15A NCAC 12F

15A NCAC 12G

15A NCAC 12I

15A NCAC 12J

15A NCAC 12K

15A NCAC 01G

15A NCAC 01H

21 NCAC 20

21 NCAC 21

21 NCAC 28

21 NCAC 69

24 NCAC 03

 

December 2014

January 2015

February 2015

March 2015

April 2015

10A NCAC 45

21 NCAC 02

21 NCAC 14

21 NCAC 62

02 NCAC 09B

02 NCAC 09C

02 NCAC 09D

02 NCAC 09E

02 NCAC 09F

02 NCAC 09G

02 NCAC 09H

02 NCAC 09J

02 NCAC 09K

02 NCAC 09M

02 NCAC 09N

02 NCAC 09O

02 NCAC 38

02 NCAC 43F

02 NCAC 51

02 NCAC 52A

02 NCAC 52K

02 NCAC 54

10A NCAC 13A

10A NCAC 13D

10A NCAC 14I

15A NCAC 01F

 

09 NCAC 03

09 NCAC 06

10A NCAC 97

15A NCAC 02S

21 NCAC 06

04 NCAC 08

10A NCAC 05

10A NCAC 09

10A NCAC 13L

10A NCAC 13M

10A NCAC 13O

10A NCAC 26A

10A NCAC 26B

10A NCAC 26D

15A NCAC 02R

21 NCAC 11

21 NCAC 32

May 2015

June 2015

July 2015

August 2015

September 2015

07 NCAC 04

15A NCAC 08

15A NCAC 18D

17 NCAC 03

17 NCAC 06

 

04 NCAC 02R

10A NCAC 21

10A NCAC 22

21 NCAC 50

21 NCAC 61

02 NCAC 20B

02 NCAC 37

02 NCAC 42

02 NCAC 59A

02 NCAC 59B

02 NCAC 59C

02 NCAC 59E

02 NCAC 59F

02 NCAC 59G

02 NCAC 60A

02 NCAC 60B

15A NCAC 01I

15A NCAC 09

21 NCAC 60

21 NCAC 63

02 NCAC 57

10A NCAC 13H

10A NCAC 70I

10A NCAC 70K

19A NCAC 01

19A NCAC 04

19A NCAC 05

19A NCAC 06

04 NCAC 15

10A NCAC 63

15A NCAC 18C

October 2015

November 2015

December 2015

January 2016

February 2016

06 NCAC 01

06 NCAC 02

06 NCAC 03

06 NCAC 04

10A NCAC 40

10A NCAC 47

11 NCAC 11

11 NCAC 19

18 NCAC 01

18 NCAC 04

18 NCAC 13

25 NCAC 01D

10A NCAC 14J

10A NCAC 46

10A NCAC 48

13 NCAC 15

13 NCAC 20

15A NCAC 12H

15A NCAC 02D

15A NCAC 02Q

15A NCAC 07B

01 NCAC 01

01 NCAC 03

01 NCAC 04

01 NCAC 25

01 NCAC 26

10A NCAC 13P

10A NCAC 26E

10A NCAC 26F

15A NCAC 04

21 NCAC 18

21 NCAC 29

10A NCAC 10

10A NCAC 89

13 NCAC 07

13 NCAC 12

March 2016

April 2016

May 2016

June 2016

July 2016

04 NCAC 01

10A NCAC 17

15A NCAC 01L

15A NCAC 01N

20 NCAC 01

20 NCAC 04

20 NCAC 07

10A NCAC 13J

10A NCAC 27A

10A NCAC 27B

10A NCAC 27D

11 NCAC 06

11 NCAC 13

16 NCAC 01

16 NCAC 02

16 NCAC 03

25 NCAC 01F

01 NCAC 05

10A NCAC 23

10A NCAC 25

21 NCAC 38

26 NCAC 01

26 NCAC 02

26 NCAC 03

26 NCAC 04

04 NCAC 02S

17 NCAC 01

17 NCAC 09

17 NCAC 10

17 NCAC 11

17 NCAC 12

25 NCAC 01H

25 NCAC 01I

25 NCAC 01J

19A NCAC 02

August 2016

September 2016

October 2016

November 2016

December 2016

10A NCAC 06

10A NCAC 67

10A NCAC 68

10A NCAC 69

10A NCAC 70A

10A NCAC 70B

10A NCAC 70C

10A NCAC 70D

10A NCAC 70E

10A NCAC 70F

10A NCAC 70G

10A NCAC 70H

10A NCAC 72

12 NCAC 01

12 NCAC 02

12 NCAC 03

12 NCAC 04

12 NCAC 06

21 NCAC 12

21 NCAC 17

21 NCAC 22

21 NCAC 64

25 NCAC 01E

25 NCAC 01K

25 NCAC 01L

25 NCAC 01M

25 NCAC 01N

25 NCAC 01O

10A NCAC 39

10A NCAC 43C

10A NCAC 43E

10A NCAC 43G

10A NCAC 43H

10A NCAC 43I

10A NCAC 43J

18 NCAC 06

18 NCAC 07

18 NCAC 10

10A NCAC 14F

15A NCAC 10F

15A NCAC 10H

20 NCAC 03

20 NCAC 08

20 NCAC 09

20 NCAC 10

01 NCAC 09

01 NCAC 15

01 NCAC 17

01 NCAC 19

01 NCAC 35

08 NCAC 01

08 NCAC 02

08 NCAC 03

08 NCAC 04

08 NCAC 05

08 NCAC 06

08 NCAC 07

08 NCAC 08

08 NCAC 09

08 NCAC 10

08 NCAC 12

08 NCAC 13

11 NCAC 10

11 NCAC 16

14B NCAC 01

14B NCAC 02

14B NCAC 03

14B NCAC 04

14B NCAC 05

14B NCAC 06

14B NCAC 07

15A NCAC 02A

15A NCAC 02C

15A NCAC 02E

January 2017

February 2017

March 2017

April 2017

May 2017

02 NCAC 48C

02 NCAC 48D

02 NCAC 48F

02 NCAC 52B

02 NCAC 52C

02 NCAC 52D

02 NCAC 52E

02 NCAC 52F

02 NCAC 52G

02 NCAC 52H

02 NCAC 52I

02 NCAC 59D

02 NCAC 59H

10A NCAC 27E

10A NCAC 27F

10A NCAC 27H

15A NCAC 05A

15A NCAC 05B

15A NCAC 05C

15A NCAC 05F

15A NCAC 05G

04 NCAC 06

10A NCAC 01

15A NCAC 01D

15A NCAC 01E

 

10A NCAC 71

21 NCAC 04

21 NCAC 31

10A NCAC 27I

10A NCAC 28A

13 NCAC 14

15A NCAC 01C

15A NCAC 13A

15A NCAC 13B

15A NCAC 13C

 

07 NCAC 01

07 NCAC 02

07 NCAC 03

07 NCAC 05

07 NCAC 06

07 NCAC 07

07 NCAC 08

07 NCAC 09

07 NCAC 10

07 NCAC 11

07 NCAC 12

10A NCAC 13B

12 NCAC 10

 

June 2017

July 2017

August 2017

September 2017

October 2017

04 NCAC 02T

15A NCAC 07O

17 NCAC 05

21 NCAC 25

21 NCAC 26

02 NCAC 29

02 NCAC 31

02 NCAC 39

02 NCAC 43A

02 NCAC 43B

02 NCAC 43C

02 NCAC 43D

02 NCAC 43E

02 NCAC 43G

02 NCAC 43L

02 NCAC 43M

02 NCAC 53

02 NCAC 58

21 NCAC 54

24 NCAC 01

04 NCAC 12

10A NCAC 70J

10A NCAC 70L

10A NCAC 70M

10A NCAC 70N

10A NCAC 70O

12 NCAC 11

21 NCAC 57

04 NCAC 03

10A NCAC 43A

10A NCAC 43B

10A NCAC 43F

10A NCAC 13C

10A NCAC 42

10A NCAC 43D

10A NCAC 44

15A NCAC 02K

18 NCAC 02

18 NCAC 12

November 2017

December 2017

January 2018

February 2018

March 2018

01 NCAC 38

01 NCAC 39

01 NCAC 40

01 NCAC 43

01 NCAC 44

10A NCAC 14A

10A NCAC 14G

10A NCAC 14H

11 NCAC 08

14B NCAC 08

14B NCAC 09

14B NCAC 10

14B NCAC 11

14B NCAC 12

14B NCAC 13

14B NCAC 14

21 NCAC 39

10A NCAC 41A

10A NCAC 41B

10A NCAC 41D

10A NCAC 41E

10A NCAC 41F

10A NCAC 41G

15A NCAC 03

15A NCAC 10B

15A NCAC 10C

 

10A NCAC 13F

10A NCAC 28B

10A NCAC 28C

15A NCAC 07A

15A NCAC 07H

15A NCAC 07I

15A NCAC 07J

15A NCAC 07K

15A NCAC 07L

15A NCAC 07M

01 NCAC 41B

04 NCAC 19

15A NCAC 02L

15A NCAC 02N

15A NCAC 02O

15A NCAC 02P

 

21 NCAC 58

21 NCAC 68

April 2018

May 2018

June 2018

July 2018

August 2018

10A NCAC 26C

10A NCAC 27C

10A NCAC 28D

10A NCAC 28E

11 NCAC 12

15A NCAC 22

15A NCAC 28

21 NCAC 19

01 NCAC 06

01 NCAC 30

13 NCAC 01

13 NCAC 04

13 NCAC 05

13 NCAC 06

13 NCAC 13

13 NCAC 16

13 NCAC 17

13 NCAC 18

13 NCAC 19

21 NCAC 33

21 NCAC 36

21 NCAC 07

21 NCAC 34

21 NCAC 46

19A NCAC 03

12 NCAC 07

20 NCAC 02

21 NCAC 48

21 NCAC 65

21 NCAC 66

September 2018

October 2018

November 2018

December 2018

January 2019

02 NCAC 09L

02 NCAC 34

04 NCAC 16

10A NCAC 13K

10A NCAC 41H

17 NCAC 04

18 NCAC 08

18 NCAC 11

21 NCAC 40

10A NCAC 14C

11 NCAC 05

11 NCAC 07

15A NCAC 18A

01 NCAC 41A

01 NCAC 41C

01 NCAC 41D

01 NCAC 41E

10A NCAC 13G

10A NCAC 41C

15A NCAC 01O

15A NCAC 02G

15A NCAC 02I

15A NCAC 02J

15A NCAC 10A

15A NCAC 10D

15A NCAC 10E

15A NCAC 10G

15A NCAC 10I

15A NCAC 10J

15A NCAC 10K

15A NCAC 18B

15A NCAC 27

 

 

02 NCAC 46

02 NCAC 48A

02 NCAC 48B

02 NCAC 52J

02 NCAC 61

11 NCAC 01

11 NCAC 04

11 NCAC 17

15A NCAC 18A, Sections .0100, .0300 - .0900 and .3400

February 2019

March 2019

April 2019

May 2019

June 2019

04 NCAC 20

21 NCAC 03

21 NCAC 10

21 NCAC 16

21 NCAC 53

21 NCAC 56

12 NCAC 09

17 NCAC 07

15A NCAC 11

15A NCAC 14

04 NCAC 10

10A NCAC 27G

10A NCAC 14E

10A NCAC 28F

10A NCAC 28G

10A NCAC 28H

10A NCAC 28I

10A NCAC 29C

10A NCAC 29D

 

(b)  The report shall be filed in accordance with Rule .0203 of this Chapter.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 150B-21.3A;

Eff. April 1, 2014.