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(1) Construction craft industry fees. Revenues received by the state in the form of federal, state, local, or private sector grants for the purpose of providing for the recruitment of, and the promotion of training programs and opportunities for, new construction industry craft workers and fees enacted for such purpose after January 1, 2009, specifically, but not limited to, fees imposed under Division 2 of this article. Except as provided in Section 41-10-732, no fee shall be collected from any licensed home builder, as defined in Chapter 14A of Title 34; from any subcontractor working on a residential construction site, including renovations to any residential structure; or from any person or entity specifically exempt under Chapter 14A of Title 34, except for subdivision (3) of Section 34-14A-6.
(2) Institute. The Alabama Construction Recruitment Institute, a public corporation authorized to be established pursuant to Section 41-10-723.
(3) Recruitment and Training Promotion Fund. The fund established pursuant to Act 2009-563 and continued pursuant to Section 41-10-722.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 41. State Government § 41-10-721 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-41-state-government/al-code-sect-41-10-721/
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