Section 40-23-4.3 Exemption form for certain agricultural purposes. In connection with the
purchases of tangible personal property described in subdivisions (2), (4), and (22) of subsection
(a) of Section 40-23-4, and therefore exempt from taxation as therein provided, the filing
by the purchaser at retail of such property with the seller of a certificate in substantially
the following form shall relieve the seller of any obligation to collect tax under Chapter
23 of this title with respect to the sales described therein: Exemption Certification Respecting
Fertilizers, Insecticides, Fungicides, and Seedlings The undersigned ___ (name) (address)
___, hereby certifies that the items of (SCS Farm number, if available) tangible personal
property purchased by the undersigned on this date from ___ (itemized receipt attached) will
be used (name of retailer) for the purposes described in subdivisions (2), (4), or (22) of...
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Section 41-14-51 Definitions. When used in this article, the following words and phrases have
the following meanings: (1) AGRICULTURE and AGRICULTURAL. Those activities, land, buildings,
and machinery relating to any of the following: a. The raising, harvesting, rotation, selling,
or marketing of crops or products of the soil planted, served, or saved including cereals,
vegetables, fruits, fibers, sugars, resins and pitches, grasses, grains, seeds, nuts, bulbs,
feed, forage, wood and wood by-products, nursery stock, including trees and shrubs or other
plants grown or kept for propagation, distribution, or sale, vegetable oils, flowers, silage,
pasturage, and other products and produce thereof. b. The feeding, breeding, management, raising,
marketing, sale, or production of livestock of all types, poultry, insects, fish, and other
aquatic animals for meat, leather, eggs, fur, milk, bone, liquids, and other products and
produce thereof. c. Recreational or educational activities directly...
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Section 9-2-3.1 Parking violations on property under control control of department. (a) For
the purposes of this section, the following terms shall have the following meanings: (1) DEPARTMENT.
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. (2) PROPERTY UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE
DEPARTMENT. Property, and any roads or streets on the property, including but not limited
to, state parks property; boating access areas, including associated parking lots; wildlife
management areas; public fish lake property; and any property controlled, owned, leased, or
managed by the department or any of its divisions or the Forever Wild Land Trust. (b)(1) A
person may not park, cause to be parked, or permit a motor vehicle to be parked on any property
under the control of the department in violation of a rule adopted by the department. (2)
The presence of an unattended motor vehicle on property under control of the department in
violation of a rule of the department shall create a prima facie...
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Section 12-17-226 Definitions. For purposes of this division, the following terms shall have
the following meanings: (1) ADMINISTRATION FEE. A fee imposed by the district attorney as
a condition precedent to participation in a pretrial diversion program. (2) COMMUNITY SERVICE.
Work imposed as a condition of a pretrial diversion program that is intended for the common
good of the community or to assist in restoration of the victim. Community service should
further serve to rehabilitate an offender. (3) DISTRICT ATTORNEY. The district attorney of
the judicial circuit or his or her designee, so designated to fulfill the goals, purposes,
and objectives of this division. (4) LAW ENFORCEMENT or LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. As defined
in Section 41-8A-1 or 36-25-1, whether employed in this state or elsewhere. (5) OFFENDER.
Any person who has been charged with a criminal offense, including, but not limited to, any
felony, misdemeanor, violation, or traffic offense, as defined in the Code of...
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Section 15-20A-4 Definitions. For purposes of this chapter, the following words shall have
the following meanings: (1) ADULT SEX OFFENDER. A person convicted of a sex offense. (2) CHILD.
A person who has not attained the age of 12. (3) CHILDCARE FACILITY. A licensed child daycare
center, a licensed childcare facility, or any other childcare service that is exempt from
licensing pursuant to Section 38-7-3, if it is sufficiently conspicuous that a reasonable
person should know or recognize its location or its address has been provided to local law
enforcement. (4) CONVICTION. A verdict or finding of guilt as the result of a trial, a plea
of guilty, a plea of nolo contendere, or an Alford plea regardless of whether adjudication
was withheld. Conviction includes, but is not limited to, a conviction in a United States
territory, a conviction in a federal or military tribunal, including a court martial conducted
by the Armed Forces of the United States, a conviction for an offense committed...
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Section 16-39-2 Definitions. For purposes of this chapter, the following words, terms, and
phrases shall have the following respective interpretations: (1) EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN. Persons
between the ages of six and 21 years who have been certified under regulations of the State
Board of Education by a specialist as being unsuited for enrollment in regular classes of
the public schools or who are unable to be educated or trained adequately in the regular programs
including, but not limited to: the mildly and moderately to severely retarded, and also the
profoundly retarded; the speech impaired; the hearing impaired, deaf, and partially hearing;
the blind and vision impaired; the crippled and those having other physical handicaps not
otherwise specifically mentioned herein; the emotionally conflicted; those with special learning
disabilities; the multiple handicapped; and the intellectually gifted. (2) HEREIN, HEREBY,
HEREUNDER, HEREOF. Refer to this chapter as an entirety and not solely...
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Section 26-16-112 Definitions. For purposes of this arciclet, the following words shall have
the following meanings: (1) FORENSIC PATHOLOGIST. A pathologist trained or with experience
in forensic pathology, licensed to practice medicine and surgery or osteopathic medicine and
surgery in the State of Alabama and board certified by the American Board of Pathology, or
under the direct supervision of a physician with these qualifications. (2) INFANT DEATH. The
sudden death of an person less than one year of age whose death occurs outside the direct
care of a physician in a hospital or other health care setting. (3) SUDDEN UNEXPLAINED INFANT
DEATH (SUID). The sudden death of an infant less than one year of age whose death occurs outside
the direct care of a physician in a hospital or other health care setting and whose cause
of death is not reasonably ascertainable after a thorough investigation and examination by
the person signing the death certificate. (Act 2011-705, p. 2184, §3.)...
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Section 31-13-3 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the following words shall have
the following meanings: (1) ALIEN. Any person who is not a citizen or national of the United
States, as described in 8 U.S.C. § 1101, et seq., and any amendments thereto. (2) BUSINESS
ENTITY. Any person or group of persons employing one or more persons performing or engaging
in any activity, enterprise, profession, or occupation for gain, benefit, advantage, or livelihood,
whether for profit or not for profit. Business entity shall include, but not be limited to,
the following: a. Self-employed individuals, business entities filing articles of incorporation,
partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, foreign corporations, foreign
limited partnerships, foreign limited liability companies authorized to transact business
in this state, business trusts, and any business entity that registers with the Secretary
of State. b. Any business entity that possesses a business...
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Section 34-33-1 Definitions. For purposes of this chapter, the following words and phrases
shall have the meanings respectively ascribed in this section: (1) CERTIFICATE HOLDER. An
individual who is listed on the State Fire Marshal's permit as the responsible managing owner,
partner, officer or employee who is actively in charge of the work of the certified fire protection
sprinkler contractor. (2) CERTIFIED FIRE PROTECTION SPRINKLER CONTRACTOR. Any fire protection
sprinkler contractor who has qualified and received a permit from the State Fire Marshal.
(3) FIRE PROTECTION SPRINKLER CONTRACTOR I. An individual, partnership, corporation, association,
or joint venture engaged in the business of layout, installation, repair, alteration, addition,
maintenance, or inspection of all fire protection sprinkler systems. This does not include
local building officials, fire inspectors, or insurance inspectors when acting in their official
capacity. (4) FIRE PROTECTION SPRINKLER CONTRACTOR II. An...
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Section 34-37-1 Definitions. For purposes of this chapter, the following terms shall have meanings
respectively ascribed to them herein unless the context clearly requires a different meaning:
(1) APPRENTICE GAS FITTER OR PLUMBER. A person other than a master or journeyman gas fitter
or plumber, who is engaged in learning and assisting in the installation of gas pipe, equipment,
apparatus, and appliances, and shall work directly under the supervision of a journeyman or
master gas fitter or plumber, and who has successfully fulfilled the registration requirements
of the board and has been duly registered by the board as such for the current year. The apprentice
shall have in his or her possession a current annual certificate. The certificate shall be
available for inspection on request. (2) BOARD. The State of Alabama Plumbers and Gas Fitters
Examining Board as renamed by this chapter. The board shall examine, certify, and regulate
plumbers, gas fitters, and medical gas piping fitters...
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