2009 North Carolina Code
Chapter 91A - Pawnbrokers Modernization Act of 1989.
§ 91A-2. Purpose.

§ 91A‑2.  Purpose.

The making of pawn loans and the acquisition and disposition of tangible personal property by and through pawnshops vitally affects the general economy of this State and the public interest and welfare of its citizens.  In recognition of these facts, it is the policy of this State and the purpose of the Pawnbrokers Modernization Act of 1989 to:

(1)        Ensure a sound system of making loans and acquiring and disposing of tangible personal property by and through pawnshops, and to prevent unlawful property transactions, particularly in stolen property, through licensing and regulating pawnbrokers;

(2)        Provide for licensing fees and investigation fees of licensees;

(3)        Ensure financial responsibility to the State and the general public;

(4)        Ensure compliance with federal and State laws; and

(5)        Assist local governments in the exercise of their police authority. (1989, c. 638, s. 2.)

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