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North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 83A. Architects § 83A-3. Expenses of Board members;  Board finances

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(a) Each member of the Board shall be entitled to receive travel and expense reimbursement as authorized by G.S. 93B-5 for similar boards.

(b) All funds received by the Board under the provisions of this Chapter shall be deposited by the treasurer or such other officer or staff employee as the Board may designate in such depository and under such security as the Board may direct.  All expenses incurred by the Board shall be paid out of funds derived from examination, licensing, renewal or other fees herein provided and shall be paid by the treasurer upon vouchers drawn by the secretary and approved by the president.  The Board shall have the power to determine necessary expenses, and to fix the compensation for board employees and for professional services.  The State of North Carolina shall not be liable for the compensation of any Board members or officers.  Payment of expenses and salaries pursuant to administration of this Chapter may not exceed available funds of the Board.  All Board receipts and disbursements shall be subject to audit and accounting procedures established by the State for similar boards.

(c) The Board shall have the power to acquire, hold, rent, encumber, alienate, and otherwise deal with real property in the same manner as a private person or corporation, subject only to approval of the Governor and the Council of State.  Collateral pledged by the Board for an encumbrance shall be limited to the assets, income, and revenues of the Board.

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