They are wrong. Either that or the law is...robpiat said:Does anybody know the law on this.
I called and they said I need to reapply. They were able to look up my record and see my information. I recently renewed and consider it a real pain in the ass that they require this.
Emphasis is mine...(e) Revocation, loss, or damage to license...
... Loss of any license issued in accordance with this Code section or damage to the license in any manner which shall render it illegible shall be reported to the judge of the probate court of the county in which it was issued within 48 hours of the time the loss or damage becomes known to the license holder. The judge of the probate court shall thereupon issue a replacement for and shall take custody of and destroy a damaged license; and in any case in which a license has been lost, he or she shall issue a cancellation order and notify by telephone and in writing each of the law enforcement agencies whose records were checked before issuance of the original license. The judge shall charge the fee specified in subsection (k) of Code Section 15-9-60 for such services.
At the top of the page that code section came from was this:robpiat said:I didn't have the details but told them I had read that it was a $5 fee for lost...
They told me the law changed last July. I think they are full of .
When I again inquired about the temp (I forgot my birth cert the first visit), I was told that the county does not issue them. I pointed out that state law specifies that they will be issued. Her response? "Where are you getting all this? The internet? I wish people would stop posting that stuff, because it just isn't true!"
And make sure they have a Code section number on them. :wink: Tell Mr. Brock that if he is having trouble finding those provisions, he can start looking in the provisions we already provided.Rammstein said:Ask them to show you those requirements.
Federal regulations he could not produce? :?robpiat said:He stated that federal regulations(which he couldn't produce) based on their NICS waiver precluded them from issuing a replacement.
Well, at least he made it clear to you what you have to do.robpiat said:I explained and showed him the state law, and then he countered "Then Sue Us."