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Act 44 of 1984
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Act 44 of 1984

AN ACT to provide purity and quality standards for motor fuels; to regulate the transfer, sale, dispensing, or offering motor fuels for sale; to provide for an inspection and testing program; to provide for the powers and duties of certain state agencies; to prescribe certain powers of the governor; to provide for the licensing of certain persons engaged in the transfer, sale, dispensing, or offering of motor fuels for sale; to regulate stage I vapor-recovery systems at certain facilities; to provide for fees; to make appropriations; and to provide remedies and prescribe fines and penalties.

History: 1984, Act 44, Eff. Mar. 29, 1985 ;-- Am. 1993, Act 236, Imd. Eff. Nov. 13, 1993 ;-- Am. 2006, Act 104, Imd. Eff. Apr. 6, 2006

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The People of the State of Michigan enact:

Section 290.641SectionShort title.
Section 290.642SectionDefinitions.
Section 290.643SectionEstablishment of standards by rules.
Section 290.644SectionTransferring, selling, dispensing, or offering gasoline for sale; posting notice on pump dispensing gasoline; contents and design of notice; exception; rule to contain design for uniform notice; violation; liability; disposition of civil fine; applicability of subsection (1).
Section 290.644aSectionTesting storage tank at retail outlet to determine water or water-alcohol level; prohibited sales; testing supplies.
Section 290.645SectionProhibitions; contents of bill, invoice, or other instrument evidencing delivery of gasoline, diesel fuel, biodiesel, biodiesel blend, or hydrogen fuel; violation; disposition of civil fine.
Section 290.645aSectionRenewable fuels fund; creation; deposits; investment; funds at close of fiscal year; disbursement; department as administrator; definitions.
Section 290.646SectionLicense required; coordination of licensing; expiration and renewal of license; application for license; grounds for suspending, denying, or revoking license; conviction under weights and measures act; effect of suspension, revocation, or denial of license or other licenses; registering blended products; "completed application" defined.
Section 290.647SectionInspection, investigation, and testing program; establishment; purpose; monitoring; payment of expenses; consumer hot line; violation; providing documents; authority of director; enforcement powers; transmitting information; rules; implementation of program.
Section 290.648SectionGasoline inspection and testing fund; creation; administration; investment of money; use of money and earnings from investment; disposition of civil fines, appropriations, federal money, and other funds.
Section 290.649SectionCivil action for damage to motor vehicle; costs; other rights to relief not restricted.
Section 290.649aSectionRules.
Section 290.649bSectionDispensing facility exempt from certain requirements; annual report; records; notice.
Section 290.649cSectionRepealed. 2006, Act 104, Imd. Eff. Apr. 6, 2006.
Section 290.649dSectionMaintenance of stage I vapor-recovery system; inspection of systems; repair, modification, or tampering prohibited.
Section 290.649e, 290.649fSectionRepealed. 2006, Act 104, Imd. Eff. Apr. 6, 2006.
Section 290.649gSectionRecords.
Section 290.649hSectionDuties of director to implement MCL 290.649a to 290.649h; rejected or condemned equipment; enforcement; temporary restraining order or permanent injunction.
Section 290.649iSectionDispensing permit; requirements; fees; issuance of license within certain time period; “completed application” defined.
Section 290.649jSectionDelivery of gasoline; Stage I vapor-recovery system; applicability of subsection (7).
Section 290.649kSectionDeclaration of emergency.
Section 290.649lSectionVariance; conditions for granting; fines; disposition.
Section 290.650SectionHindering, obstructing, assaulting, or committing bodily injury upon director or authorized representative as misdemeanor; penalty.
Section 290.650aSectionViolation; administrative fine; hearing; judicial review; action brought by attorney general; payment and disposition of fine, costs, and economic benefit.
Section 290.650bSectionConduct as misdemeanor or felony; assessment of costs.
Section 290.650cSectionStage I vapor control program; implementation.
Section 290.650dSectionAreas requiring certain vapor pressure; termination of requirement.
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