2006 New York Code - Defacing Or Removing Serial Numbers Or Identification Marks On Outboard Motors



 
    § 104. Defacing  or removing serial numbers or identification marks on
  outboard motors. Any person who: 1. Wilfully, removes, defaces,  covers,
  alters  or  destroys  the  manufacturer's  serial  number  or  any other
  distinguishing number or identification mark on any outboard motor, or
    2. Knowingly buys, sells, receives, disposes of, conceals or knowingly
  has in his possession any outboard motor, from which the  manufacturer's
  serial  number  or  any other distinguishing mark or identification mark
  has been removed, defaced, covered, altered or destroyed for the purpose
  of concealment or misrepresenting the  identity  of  the  said  outboard
  motor is guilty of a class A misdemeanor.

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