Hunting, Fishing, and Trapping

Section 214:13-c

    214:13-c Licenses for Certain Persons. – The executive director shall issue upon application resident hunting and fishing licenses to a person who is both a resident of this state and is either suffering from paraplegia or is suffering from the permanent loss of, or the permanent loss of the use of, both lower extremities. The executive director shall determine the form of such licenses. All such licenses shall be consecutively numbered. A license issued under this section shall be effective for the lifetime of the applicant unless sooner suspended or revoked by the executive director. The executive director shall retain the records for such licenses for a period not less than 7 years. Loss or destruction of the license after 7 years shall obligate the licensee to re-establish eligibility. A $10 administrative fee shall be charged once, upon application to the executive director for such license.

Source. 1989, 25:1. 1995, 9:28. 1996, 202:4, eff. Jan. 1, 1997.