2014 Kansas Statutes
21-5833 Automobile master key violation.

KS Stat § 21-5833 (2014) What's This?

21-5833. Automobile master key violation. (a) Automobile master key violation is:

(1) Selling or offering to sell a motor vehicle master key knowing it to be designed to fit the ignition switch of more than one motor vehicle; or

(2) possession of a motor vehicle master key designed to fit the ignition switch of more than one motor vehicle by a person knowing it to be such a key.

(b) Automobile master key violation is a class C misdemeanor.

(c) The provisions of this section shall not apply to a:

(1) Law enforcement officer;

(2) person who is regularly carrying on the business of garage proprietor or locksmith;

(3) owner of two or more vehicles who possess such motor vehicle master key for any or all of the motor vehicles so owned; or

(4) person who sells a motor vehicle master key to a person described in subsection (c)(3).

History: L. 2010, ch. 136, § 119; July 1, 2011.

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