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Alabama Code Title 45. Local Laws § 45-2-200

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(a) In Baldwin County, in cases where a personal check given for a license is found to be noncollectible for any reason, the probate judge will notify the license inspector, who will make a reasonable attempt to retrieve the license in question. In the event that the license cannot be retrieved, the license inspector will so state and such statement shall constitute authorization for the probate judge to void any license in question. Once such license has been voided, the probate judge will receive credit for the cost of the license plus the issuance fee. The appropriate state office will mark the records pertaining to the void license and, upon inquiry by law enforcement agencies, will notify the agencies that the party in question is operating under a void license. All violations will be prosecuted in accordance with current law.

(b) The provisions of this section are supplemental. It shall be construed in pari materia with other laws relating to such matters;  however, those laws or parts of laws which are in direct conflict or inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

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