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SF 4075

2nd Engrossment - 90th Legislature (2017 - 2018) Posted on 09/27/2018 01:59pm

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A bill for an act
relating to legislative enactments; correcting miscellaneous oversights,
inconsistencies, ambiguities, unintended results, and technical errors;amending
Minnesota Statutes 2016, sections 14.47, subdivision 5; 45A.06, as added; Laws
2018, chapter 109; Laws 2018, chapter 121, sections 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 2018 S.F. No.
3656, article 24, section 72, if enacted.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA:

Section 1.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 14.47, subdivision 5, is amended to read:


Subd. 5.

Powers of revisor.

(a) In preparing a compilation or supplement, the revisor
may:

(1) renumber deleted text beginrules, paragraphs, clausesdeleted text endnew text begin rule parts, subparts,new text end or other deleted text beginpartsdeleted text endnew text begin divisionsnew text end of
a rulenew text begin partnew text end;

(2) combine or divide deleted text beginrules, paragraphs, clausesdeleted text endnew text begin rule parts, subparts,new text end or other deleted text beginpartsdeleted text endnew text begin
divisions
new text end of a rulenew text begin partnew text end;

(3) rearrange the order of deleted text beginrules, paragraphs, clausesdeleted text endnew text begin rule parts, subpartsnew text end, or other deleted text beginpartsdeleted text endnew text begin
divisions
new text end of a rulenew text begin partnew text end;

(4) move deleted text beginparagraphs, clauses,deleted text endnew text begin subpartsnew text end or other deleted text beginpartsdeleted text endnew text begin divisionsnew text end of a rulenew text begin partnew text end to another
rulenew text begin partnew text end;

(5) remove redundant language;

(6) make minor punctuation and grammatical changes to facilitate the renumbering,
combining, dividing, and rearranging of deleted text beginrules or parts of rulesdeleted text endnew text begin rule parts, subparts, or other
divisions of a rule part
new text end;

(7) change reference numbers to agree with renumbered deleted text beginrules, paragraphs, clausesdeleted text endnew text begin rule
parts, subparts,
new text end or other deleted text beginpartsdeleted text endnew text begin divisionsnew text end of a rulenew text begin partnew text end;

(8) change reference numbers to agree with renumbered statutes or deleted text beginpartsdeleted text endnew text begin divisionsnew text end of
statutes;

(9) substitute the proper deleted text beginrule, paragraph, clause, or other part of a ruledeleted text endnew text begin rule part, subpart,
or other division of a rule part
new text end for the term "this rule," "the preceding rule" and the like;

(10) substitute numbers for written words and written words for numbers;

(11) substitute the term "rule" for the term "regulation" when "regulation" refers to a
Minnesota rule;

(12) substitute the date on which the rule becomes effective for the words "the effective
date of this rule," and the like;

(13) change capitalization, punctuation, and forms of citation for the purpose of
uniformity;

(14) convert citations of Laws of Minnesota to citations of Minnesota Statutes;

(15) correct manifest clerical or typographical errors;

(16) correct all misspelled words;

(17) correct manifest grammatical and punctuation errors;

(18) replace gender specific words with gender neutral words and, if necessary, recast
sentences containing gender specific words; and

(19) make other editorial changes to ensure the accuracy and utility of the compilation
or supplement.

(b) The revisor shall provide headnotes as catch words to deleted text beginrulesdeleted text endnew text begin rule partsnew text end anddeleted text begin, if
appropriate, to paragraphs, clauses, or other parts of a rule
deleted text endnew text begin subpartsnew text end. The headnotes are not
part of the rule even if included with the rule when adopted. The revisor deleted text beginshalldeleted text endnew text begin maynew text end change
new text begin a new text enddeleted text beginheadnotesdeleted text endnew text begin headnotenew text end to clearly indicate the subject matter of deleted text beginthe rulesdeleted text endnew text begin a rule part or subpartnew text end.
"Headnote" means any text functioning as catch words to the substance of text and not itself
communicating the substantive content of the rulenew text begin part or subpartnew text end.

new text begin EFFECTIVE DATE. new text end

new text begin This section is effective the day following final enactment.
new text end

Sec. 2.

[CORR18-03A]

Laws 2018, chapter 121, section 1, the effective date, is amended
to read:


EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective deleted text beginAugust 1deleted text endnew text begin June 30new text end, 2018.

new text begin EFFECTIVE DATE.new text end

new text beginThis section is effective the day following final enactment.
new text end

Sec. 3.

[CORR18-03B]

Laws 2018, chapter 121, section 2, the effective date, is amended
to read:


EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective deleted text beginAugust 1deleted text endnew text begin June 30new text end, 2018.

new text begin EFFECTIVE DATE.new text end

new text beginThis section is effective the day following final enactment.
new text end

Sec. 4.

[CORR18-03C]

Laws 2018, chapter 121, section 3, the effective date, is amended
to read:


EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective deleted text beginAugust 1deleted text endnew text begin June 30new text end, 2018.

new text begin EFFECTIVE DATE.new text end

new text beginThis section is effective the day following final enactment.
new text end

Sec. 5.

[CORR18-03D]

Laws 2018, chapter 121, section 4, the effective date, is amended
to read:


EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective deleted text beginAugust 1deleted text endnew text begin June 30new text end, 2018.

new text begin EFFECTIVE DATE.new text end

new text beginThis section is effective the day following final enactment.
new text end

Sec. 6.

[CORR18-03E]

Laws 2018, chapter 121, section 5, the effective date, is amended
to read:


EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective deleted text beginAugust 1deleted text endnew text begin June 30new text end, 2018.

new text begin EFFECTIVE DATE.new text end

new text beginThis section is effective the day following final enactment.
new text end

Sec. 7.

[CORR18-03F]

Laws 2018, chapter 121, section 6, the effective date, is amended
to read:


EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective deleted text beginAugust 1deleted text endnew text begin June 30new text end, 2018.

new text begin EFFECTIVE DATE.new text end

new text beginThis section is effective the day following final enactment.
new text end

Sec. 8.

[CORR18-01]

Laws 2018, chapter 109, is amended by adding a section to read:


Sec. 5. new text beginEFFECTIVE DATE.
new text end

new text begin This act is effective the day following final enactment.
new text end

new text begin EFFECTIVE DATE.new text end

new text beginThis section is effective the day following final enactment.
new text end

Sec. 9.

[CORR18-04]

Minnesota Statutes 2017, section 45A.06, as added by Laws 2018,
chapter 161, section 6, is amended to read:


45A.06 DELAYING DISBURSEMENTS.

(a) A broker-dealer or investment adviser shall delay a disbursement from or place a
hold on a transaction involving an account of an eligible adult or an account on which an
eligible adult is a beneficiary if the commissioner of commerce, law enforcement agency,
or the prosecuting attorney's office provides information to the broker-dealer or investment
adviser demonstrating that it is reasonable to believe that financial exploitation of an eligible
adult may have occurred, may have been attempted, or is being attempted. A broker-dealer
or investment adviser may delay a disbursement from or place a hold on a transaction
involving an account of an eligible adult or an account on which an eligible adult is a
beneficiary if:

(1) the broker-dealer or investment adviser reasonably believes, after initiating an internal
review of the requested disbursement or transaction and the suspected financial exploitation,
that the requested disbursement or transaction may result in financial exploitation of an
eligible adult; and

(2) the broker-dealer or investment adviser:

(i) immediately, but in no event more than two business days after the delayed
disbursement or transaction, provides written notification of the delay or hold and the reason
for the delay or hold to all parties authorized to transact business on the account, unless the
party is reasonably believed to have engaged in suspected or attempted financial exploitation
of the eligible adult;

(ii) immediately, but in no event more than two business days after the delayed
disbursement or transaction, notifies the commissioner and the common entry point; and

(iii) provides documentation and updates of any internal review conducted by the
broker-dealer or investment adviser upon request of the commissioner, lead investigative
agency, law enforcement agency, or the prosecuting attorney's office.

(b) A delay of a disbursement or hold on a transaction as authorized by this section
expires upon the sooner of:

(1) the broker-dealer or investment adviser reasonably believes that the disbursement
or transaction will not result in financial exploitation of the eligible adult if the broker-dealer
or investment adviser initiated the delay of disbursement or hold on the transaction;

(2) a determination by the commissioner, law enforcement agency, lead investigative
agency, or prosecuting attorney's office that the disbursement or transaction will not result
in financial exploitation of the eligible adult; or

(3) 15 business days after the date on which the broker-dealer or investment adviser first
delayed disbursement of the funds or held the transaction, unless the commissioner, law
enforcement agency, lead investigative agency, or prosecuting attorney's office requests
that the broker-dealer or investment adviser extend the delay or hold, in which case the
delay or hold expires no more than 25 business days after the date on which the broker-dealer
or investment adviser first delayed disbursement or placed the hold on the transaction.

(c) An eligible adult or other interested person as defined in section 524.5-102 may
appeal to the commissioner for the termination of the delay of the disbursement of funds
or hold on the transaction. The commissioner shall issue a decision within five business
days of receiving the appeal. A decision of the commissioner may be reviewed consistent
with the contested case proceeding procedure provided in chapter 14.

(d) Provided that a broker-dealer or investment adviser's internal review of the suspected
or attempted financial exploitation of the eligible adult supports the broker-dealer or
investment adviser's reasonable belief that financial exploitation of the eligible adult has
occurred, has been attempted, or is being attempted, the temporary delay or hold may be
extended by the broker-dealer or investment adviser for no longer than ten business days
following the date authorized by paragraph (b), clause deleted text begin(2)deleted text endnew text begin (3)new text end, unless otherwise terminated
or extended by the commissioner, law enforcement agency, lead investigative agency, or
prosecuting attorney's office or an order of a court.

Sec. 10.

[CORR18-07]

2018 S.F. No. 3656, article 24, section 72, if enacted, is amended
to read:


Sec. 72.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 171.18, subdivision 1, is amended to read:


Subdivision 1.

Offenses.

(a) The commissioner may suspend the license of a driver
without preliminary hearing upon a showing by department records or other sufficient
evidence that the licensee:

(1) has committed an offense for which mandatory revocation of license is required upon
conviction;

(2) has been convicted by a court for violating a provision of chapter 169 or an ordinance
regulating traffic, other than a conviction for a petty misdemeanor, and department records
show that the violation contributed in causing an accident resulting in the death or personal
injury of another, or serious property damage;

(3) is an habitually reckless or negligent driver of a motor vehicle;

(4) is an habitual violator of the traffic laws;

(5) is incompetent to drive a motor vehicle as determined in a judicial proceeding;

(6) has permitted an unlawful or fraudulent use of the license;

(7) has committed an offense in another state that, if committed in this state, would be
grounds for suspension;

(8) has committed a violation of section 169.444, subdivision 2, paragraph (a), within
five years of a prior conviction under that section;

(9) has committed a violation of section 171.22, except that the commissioner may not
suspend a person's driver's license based solely on the fact that the person possessed a
fictitious or fraudulently altered Minnesota identification card;

(10) has failed to appear in court as provided in section 169.92, subdivision 4;

(11) has failed to report a medical condition that, if reported, would have resulted in
cancellation of driving privileges;

(12) has been found to have committed an offense under section 169A.33; or

(13) has paid or attempted to pay a fee required under this chapter for a license or permit
by means of a dishonored check issued to the state or a driver's license agent, which must
be continued until the registrar determines or is informed by the agent that the dishonored
check has been paid in full.

However, an action taken by the commissioner under clause (2) or (5) must conform to the
recommendation of the court when made in connection with the prosecution of the licensee.

(b) Notwithstanding deleted text beginsection 171.18, subdivision 1, paragraph (b)deleted text endnew text begin section 171.16,
subdivision 3
new text end, the commissioner may suspend the license of a driver when any court reports
to the commissioner that a driver has eight unpaid parking tickets within a 12-month period
or ten unpaid parking tickets within a 24-month period.

(c) The commissioner is prohibited from suspending the driver's license of an individual
under paragraph (a) who was convicted of a violation of section 171.24, subdivision 1 or
2.

Sec. 11. new text beginEFFECTIVE DATE.
new text end

new text begin Unless otherwise provided, each section of this act is effective at the time the provision
being corrected is effective.
new text end