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(a) A sign contractor may post a compliance bond with the commissioner, conditioned that the sign contractor shall faithfully perform duties and comply with laws, ordinances, rules, and contracts entered into for the installation of signs. The bond must be renewed biennially and maintained for so long as determined by the commissioner. The aggregate liability of the surety on the bond to any and all persons, regardless of the number of claims made against the bond, may not exceed the annual amount of the bond. The bond may be canceled as to future liability by the surety upon 30 days' written notice mailed to the commissioner by United States mail.
(b) The amount of the bond shall be $8,000. The bond may be drawn upon only by a local unit of government that requires sign contractors to post a compliance bond. The bond is in lieu of any compliance bond required by a local unit of government.
(c) For purposes of this section, "sign" means a device, structure, fixture, or placard using graphics, symbols, or written copy that is erected on the premises of an establishment including the name of the establishment or identifying the merchandise, services, activities, or entertainment available on the premises.
(d) Each person giving bond under this section shall pay a biennial bond filing fee of $100 to the commissioner of labor and industry.
NOTE: The amendment to this section by Laws 2010, chapter 347, article 3, section 48, is effective January 1, 2012. Laws 2010, chapter 347, article 3, section 76, as amended by Laws 2010, chapter 385, section 6.
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