|SB 0095||Requires those who engage in the profession of housemoving to become licensed and obtain permits for moves|
|LR Number:||0526S.01I||Fiscal Note:||0526-01|
|Committee:||Insurance and Housing|
|Last Action:||01/24/01 - Hearing Conducted S Insurance & Housing Committee||Journal page:|
|Effective Date:||August 28, 2001|
SB 95 - This act requires those who engage is the profession of housemoving to obtain a license from the Division of Motor Carriers and Railroad Safety. In order to obtain a license, each housemover will have to demonstrate that it has adequate motor vehicle, liability, workers' compensation, and cargo insurance. Housemovers who are moving their own homes do not have to obtain a license. For every move made, the housemover will have to obtain a permit from the Department of Transportation. The housemover must also comply with local ordinances. A housemover who violates this act is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.
This act is similar to SB 631 and TAT/SCS/SB 317 (2001).