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North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 86A. Barbers § 86A-20. Misdemeanors

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Each of the following acts constitutes a Class 3 misdemeanor:

(1) Violation of any of the provisions of G.S. 86A-1;

(2) Obtaining or attempting to obtain a certificate of registration for money other than the required fee or any other thing of value, or by fraudulent misrepresentations;

(3) Practicing or attempting to practice by fraudulent misrepresentations;

(4) Willful failure to display a certificate of registration as required by G.S. 86A-16;

(5) Practicing or attempting to practice barbering during the period of suspension or revocation of any certificate of registration granted under this Chapter.  Each day's operation during a period of suspension or revocation shall be deemed a separate offense;

(6) Permitting any person in one's employ, supervision or control to practice as a barber unless that person holds a certificate as a registered barber or registered apprentice.

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