HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

THE TWENTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE

REGULAR SESSION OF 2002

COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER PROTECTION AND COMMERCE

Rep. Kenneth T. Hiraki, Chair

Rep. Jerry Chang, Vice Chair

Rep. Lei Ahu Isa

Rep. Terry Nui Yoshinaga

Rep. Ed Case

Rep. Joe Gomes

Rep. Ezra Kanoho

Rep. Mindy Jaffe

Rep. Hermina Morita

Rep. Barbara Marumoto

Rep. Blake Oshiro

Rep. Colleen Meyer

Rep. Joe Souki

Rep. Paul Whalen

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY AND HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS

Rep. Eric G. Hamakawa, Chair

Rep. Blake K. Oshiro, Vice Chair

Rep. Lei Ahu Isa

Rep. Terry Nui Yoshinaga

Rep. Ed Case

Rep. Emily J. Auwae

Rep. Jerry Chang

Rep. Joe Gomes

Rep. Ezra Kanoho

Rep. Barbara Marumoto

Rep. Hermina Morita

Rep. Cynthia Thielen

Rep. Joe Souki

Rep. Paul Whalen

NOTICE OF HEARING

DATE:

Friday, January 25, 2002

TIME:

1:30 PM

PLACE:

Conference Room 325

State Capitol

415 South Beretania Street

A G E N D A

     

HB 1824

RELATING TO THE UNIFORM ATHLETE AGENTS ACT.

Adds new chapter, Uniform Athlete Agents, that establishes service of process procedure for nonresident agents; provides requirements, procedures, and fees for agent registration; required form for agency contract. Establishes student-athlete's right to cancel contract.

CPC/JHA, FIN

     

HB 1825

RELATING TO THE REVISED UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE ARTICLE 9 SECURED TRANSACTIONS.

Amends definition of "agricultural lien" to include a security interest in farm products; amends "health-care-insurance receivable to include obligation for future goods or services. Adds a sale by an individual of an account that is a right to payment of lottery or other chance winnings as a security interest perfected upon attachment.

CPC/JHA, FIN

     
     
     

CPC ONLY

   
     

HB 1754

RELATING TO INTOXICATING LIQUOR.

Repeals section 281-33.1, HRS, which allows individuals to apply for permits to receive single shipments of liquor from outside the State for personal use and consumption.

CPC, FIN

     

HB 1756

RELATING TO WORKERS' COMPENSATION.

Extends workers' compensation insurance exemption to employers owning 50% or more of a limited liability company or a limited liability partnership.

CPC, FIN

     

HB 1778

RELATING TO FINANCIAL SERVICES LOAN COMPANIES.

Repeals existing article 9 of chapter 412, relating to financial services loan companies, and replaces it with a new article regulating financial services loan companies.

CPC, FIN

 

DECISION MAKING TO FOLLOW

PERSONS WISHING TO TESTIFY ARE REQUESTED TO SUBMIT 50 COPIES OF THEIR TESTIMONY AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE HEARING TO: (1) THE CPC COMMITTEE'S VICE CHAIR IN ROOM 435, STATE CAPITOL, OR (2) THE HOUSE SGT.-AT-ARMS PERSONNEL IN THE TURNAROUND AREA OF THE CAPITOL BASEMENT PARKING LOT. TESTIMONY MAY BE FAXED TO THE HOUSE SGT.-AT-ARMS OFFICE AT: 586-6501 (OAHU) OR 1-800-535-3859 (NEIGHBOR ISLANDS). WHEN FAXING, PLEASE INDICATE TO WHOM THE TESTIMONY IS BEING SUBMITTED, THE DATE AND TIME OF THE HEARING, AND THE REQUIRED NO. OF COPIES THAT ARE NEEDED FOR SUBMITTAL.

IT IS ALSO REQUESTED THAT THE COPIES BE ON ONE SIDE OF AN 8-1/2" X 11" SHEET WITH TWO HOLES PUNCHED AT THE TOP. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL THE CPC COMMITTEE CLERK AT 586-6180

ORAL TESTIMONY SHALL BE LIMITED TO THREE MINUTES.

IF YOU REQUIRE SPECIAL ASSISTANCE OR AUXILIARY AIDS AND/OR SERVICES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PUBLIC HEARING PROCESS OF THE STATE HOUSE (I.E., SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER, WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBILITY, OR PARKING DESIGNATED FOR THE DISABLED), PLEASE CONTACT THE COMMITTEE CLERK AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE HEARING SO ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE.

 

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Rep. Eric G. Hamakawa

Chair

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Rep. Kenneth T. Hiraki

Chair