Duplicate permit; notification to sheriff of recovered permit; penalty.
1. A permittee shall notify the sheriff who issued his permit in writing within 30 days if:
(a) His permanent address changes; or
(b) His permit is lost, stolen or destroyed.
2. The sheriff shall issue a duplicate permit to a permittee if he:
(a) Submits a written statement to the sheriff, signed under oath, stating that his permit has been lost, stolen or destroyed; and
(b) Pays a nonrefundable fee of $15.
3. If any permittee subsequently finds or recovers his permit after being issued a duplicate permit pursuant to this section, he shall, within 10 days:
(a) Notify the sheriff in writing; and
(b) Return the duplicate permit to the sheriff.
4. A permittee who fails to notify a sheriff pursuant to the provisions of this section is subject to a civil penalty of $25.
Last modified: February 25, 2006