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Hide details for Chapter 8:  AUTOMOBILES AND OTHER VEHICLESChapter 8: AUTOMOBILES AND OTHER VEHICLES
Hide details for Article 1:  GENERAL PROVISIONSArticle 1: GENERAL PROVISIONS
8-113 Identity of vehicles; unlawful acts; penalty.
8-113a Reporting stored, unclaimed vehicles to department, when;
penalty for failure.
8-116 Vehicle identification number offenses; possession or sale of vehicle
without original VIN; removing or altering VIN; penalties; vehicle seizure and
disposition.
8-116a Vehicle identification number; check of assembled vehicles by
highway patrol; original Kansas certificates of title on out-of-state vehicles;
check by designee or employee of new vehicle dealer, when; fees and disposition
thereof.
8-119 Penalty for violating 8-113 and 8-116.
8-120 Validity of 8-113, 8-116 and 8-119.
8-126 Definitions.
8-127 Registration of vehicles operated in this state; exceptions; temporary
operation of certain vehicles without registration, when.
8-127a Registration prohibited for vehicle subject to federal use
tax, when; proof of payment of tax.
8-128 Registration of vehicles, exceptions.
8-129 Application for registration; certificate of title; administration of
motor vehicle functions.
8-130 Register of applications to be kept by division of
vehicles.
8-131 Registration receipts.
8-131b Invalidity of part.
8-132 License plates or decals to be furnished; time for new
license plates; personalized license plates, display and cost; rules and
regulations.
8-133 Display of license plate.
8-134 Renewal of registration of certain vehicles; registration and
reregistration of passenger vehicles; monthly system; park and recreation motor
vehicle permits; decals for license plates; rules and regulations.
8-134a Registration and reregistration of pickup trucks,
motorcycles, motorized bicycles and recreational vehicles; rules and
regulations.
8-135 Transfer of ownership of vehicles; registration; fees and penalties;
certificate of title, form, fee; assignment and reassignment; liens, statement
of, release of, liability for failure to comply, notice of security interest,
execution; purchase and sale of vehicle, requirements; written consent by
lienholder; transfer-on-death; reaffirmation of sale; assignment of title form;
electronic certificate of title; reassignment forms; export title; rebuilt
salvage vehicle.
8-135a Adding names of family members to titles and
registrations.
8-135c Nonrepairable vehicle certificate; definitions; requirements;
application; penalties.
8-135d Electronic certificates of title.
8-136 Dealer license plates; manufacturers' and dealers' use and
limitations on use; display; proof of payment of personal property tax before
issuance; transportation of certain trailers.
8-138a Nonresident owners licensed in state of residence;
reciprocal privileges.
8-139 Lost license plates, certificate of title, registration decal or
registration receipts; fees for duplicates; exception.
8-140 Division to suspend registration upon notice of theft or
embezzlement.
8-141 When registration shall be refused; suspension of
registration for failure to pay fees.
8-141a Classification change within registration year;
limitations; minimum fees.
8-142 Unlawful acts.
8-143 Annual registration or license fees, motor vehicles, trailers,
semitrailers, motorized bicycles and travel trailers; gross weight defined;
local trucks and truck tractors, rules and regulations, refunds, exemptions;
penalties; temporary registration; registration after nonoperation or nonuse;
travel trailers; multiyear registration of trailers.
8-143a Quarterly payment of annual registration fee by resident
owner of truck or truck tractor; default fees and penalties; enforcement; tax
warrants; collection; exchange of vehicle; application of lien; enforcement
provisions.
8-143b Temporary intrastate registration or license for truck or
truck tractor registered in another state; fee in lieu of annual license fee;
application; ambulances, rescue vehicles and utility vehicles exempt from fee
in certain cases.
8-143c Temporary registration for foreign truck or truck tractor
for interstate commerce operation; fee; rules and regulations; exception.
8-143d Licensing agents under 8-143b, 8-143c.
8-143e Registration receipts for truck or truck tractor; copies; marking
vehicle; exemption.
8-143f Distinctive plates for farm and local trucks.
8-143g Trip permits authorizing certain dealers to demonstrate
trucks and truck tractors; fees; application; limitations; plate display; laws
applicable; act supplemental; disposition of fees.
8-143h Temporary intrastate licensing of certain farm trucks;
fee.
8-143i Temporary permit for licensed truck or truck tractor
authorizing use on highways beyond local radius; fee; disposition; limitations
on use; identification.
8-143j Annual registration for trucks or truck tractors engaged
in farm custom harvesting operations.
8-143k Temporary harvest permit for trucks or truck tractors
engaged in farm custom harvesting operations.
8-143l Auction; 72-hour transport permits; conditions; fees.
8-143m Annual commercial vehicle fee; issuance of commercial license plates;
distribution of amounts collected.
8-145 Collection of fees; disposition of moneys; compensation of county
treasurers; highway patrol motor vehicle fund; VIPS/CAMA technology hardware
fund; repossessed certificates of title fee fund; division of vehicles
modernization fund; Kansas highway patrol staffing and training fund; law
enforcement training center fund.
8-145a Collection of insufficient or no-fund payment instrument
or rejected or reversed credit card payment given for vehicle registration;
notice; recovery of plates; return of check, when; criminal prosecution.
8-145b Same; duties of treasurer and sheriff; criminal
prosecution not excluded.
8-145c Same; completion of registration by owner after plates
recovered; penalty; disposition of fees.
8-145d Service fee in addition to registration fee; additional registration
fee; deposit, use and appropriation thereof.
8-145e Repossessed certificates of title fee fund; purpose.
8-145f Commercial vehicle registration service fee; commercial vehicle
administrative system fund; purpose.
8-146 Deposit of fees.
8-147 Manufacture of license plates and decals for registered
vehicles; KCC identification tags.
8-147a Inapplicability of 75-5277 to manufacture of number
plates, decals, prorate plates, corporation commission identification tags,
highway signs and markers.
8-148 Issuance and record of license plates; records open to
public.
8-149 Violation of act; penalty.
8-151 Constitutionality.
8-152 Effect of noncompliance.
8-153 Proof of payment of sales tax required.
8-156 Manufacture of highway markers and signs; powers and duties
of secretary of transportation and secretary of corrections.
8-159 Purchase of materials for manufacture; approval of
secretary of transportation.
8-160 Free license plates for disabled veterans; definition.
8-161 Disabled veterans registration and license plates; free; parking
privileges; penalties.
8-161a Free license plates for disabled citizens organizations;
definition.
8-161b Same; application; issuance; nontransferable; proof of
eligibility.
8-162 License plates with amateur radio call letters; fee.
8-163 License plates with amateur radio call letters; rules and
regulations.
8-165 Same; act supplemental.
8-166 Registration of antique vehicles; antique military
vehicles; definitions.
8-167 Registration of antique vehicles; registration for operation on
highway; registration for the purpose of taxation, registration fee.
8-168 Same; how application made.
8-169 Same; issuance of receipt.
8-170 Registration of antique vehicles; fee for transfer of
ownership; fee and form for certificate of title.
8-171 Same; lost license plate, certificate of title or registration
receipt; fee for duplicate.
8-172 Antique vehicles; license plates, design, fees; model year license
plates; city issued license plates; decals; requirements.
8-173 Registration of vehicles; proof of payment of personal property taxes
or assessment and financial security required; verification of insurance by
insurance company; proof of insurance by electronic means, restrictions;
satisfaction of unpaid tolls, moneys to county treasurer.
8-174 Same; duty of county clerk; receipt by county treasurer.
8-175 Registration of vehicles; application to appraiser for
appraisal; preparation of tax bill.
8-176 Rules and regulations; forms.
8-177 Same; false affidavit; penalty.
8-177a License plates for members or retired members of Kansas
national guard; application; issuance; nontransferability; design of plate.
8-177c Prisoner of war license plates; surviving spouse; no fee
or charge; rules and regulations.
8-177d Gold star mother license plates; procedures; requirements.
8-194 Special interest vehicles; definitions.
8-195 Special interest vehicles; registration; fees; collector's
identification number.
8-196 Same; processing fee.
8-197 Definitions.
8-198 Nonhighway and salvage vehicles exempt from registration; nonhighway
certificates of title and salvage titles; permit for temporary operation;
rebuilt or restored salvage vehicle; rebuilt salvage title; notice attached to
rebuilt vehicle; penalties; all-terrain vehicles; work-site utility vehicles;
travel trailers; no-fault insurance law inapplicable, exception.
8-199 Unlawful acts; violations classified; sales tax act unaffected.
8-199a Unlawful to remove notice required to be attached to
rebuilt vehicles; penalty.
8-1,100 Apportioned registration of fleet vehicles engaged in
interstate commerce; definitions.
8-1,101 Same; application; exemption from further registration;
agreements of director of vehicles to forward fee to other jurisdictions;
international registration plan clearing fund.
8-1,102 Same; renewal, when; fees; penalty; operation without
registration not authorized; director may change registration date, when.
8-1,103 Same; fees, computation.
8-1,104 Same; underpayment of fees, notice, penalty; unpaid fees
and penalties constitute lien on property of owner; notice, filing,
enforcement; hearing; overpayment of fees, refund.
8-1,105 Same; license plates or identification devices; fees;
display of base plate or cab card.
8-1,106 Same; benefits of apportioned fleet registration subject
to proper registration in other jurisdictions; redetermination of fees by
director.
8-1,107 Same; initial application, requirements; mileage calculation,
applications and fees.
8-1,108 Same; addition of vehicles to fleet; determination of
fees.
8-1,109 Same; sale, repossession, foreclosure or transfer of
title of fleet vehicles; notice to division; surrender of identification
devices; replacement of vehicles; fees; conditions and limitations.
8-1,110 Same; preservation and availability of records;
agreements with other jurisdictions for joint audits; penalty for amounts due,
when; failure to make records available; assessment of liability.
8-1,111 Same; negotiable title required; no Kansas title
required, when.
8-1,113 Same; temporary authorization for operation of additional
or replacement vehicle; fee; authorization by letter or electronic
communication device; authorization to be carried in vehicle; failure to
register additional or replacement vehicle, suspension of fleet registration.
8-1,114 Same; lost, misplaced or mutilated base plate or cab
card, replacement; information required; fees.
8-1,115 Same; apportioned registration fee payable in quarterly
installments; conditions; delinquent payments, unlawful to operate; penalty,
when; lien; collection of delinquent payment, procedure; seizure and sale of
property.
8-1,116 Same; sale of fleet vehicle not to affect liability for
fee payment; addition of vehicle, transfer of registration; fees; loss of
vehicle not being replaced, refund; conditions of refund.
8-1,117 Same; fraudulent registration; penalty.
8-1,118 Same; insufficient or no fund check; penalty; collection
of debt; suspension and reinstatement of registration.
8-1,119 Same; utility trailers, permanent registration; annual
statement; identification devices; addition of trailers to fleet; cancellation
of registration, when.
8-1,120 Same; enforcement of act; requests to law enforcement
agencies for aid; remedies for enforcement and collection not exclusive.
8-1,121 Same; rules and regulations.
8-1,122 Same; prior reciprocal contracts or agreements not
affected.
8-1,123 Same; act supplemental to registration laws.
8-1,123a Converter gear, registration, fee.
8-1,123b Intrastate motor carriers; enforcement actions against.
8-1,124 Accessible parking, definition.
8-1,125 License plates, placards and individual identification cards for
persons with disability; penalty.
8-1,126 Parking privileges for persons with disability.
8-1,127 Acceptable identification from other jurisdictions for
persons with a disability.
8-1,128 Accessible parking spaces; marking.
8-1,129 Unlawful parking in accessible parking; blocking access
ramp or aisle; penalties.
8-1,130 Falsely obtaining accessible parking identification;
penalties.
8-1,130a Unlawfully utilizing accessible parking identification
device; penalties.
8-1,130b Reissuance, suspension or revocation of accessible
parking privileges; rules and regulations.
8-1,131 Rules and regulations; handicapped accessible parking.
8-1,132 Act supplemental to 8-126 et seq.
8-1,133 Dispensing of motor-vehicle fuels for persons with a
disability.
8-1,134 Permanent registration of city, county, township, school district,
community college or technical college vehicles; utility vehicles five-year
registration.
8-1,135 Waiver of penalty and interest on registration, when.
8-1,137 Vehicles sold for salvage, no certificate of title may be
issued, exception; major component parts, selling.
8-1,138 Registration of vehicles; residency; exceptions.
8-1,139 License plates for survivors of the attack on Pearl
Harbor; application; issuance.
8-1,140 License plates for recipients of the purple heart medal.
8-1,141 Distinctive license plates; procedure for issuance; requirements;
fees; exceptions; discontinuance of certain plates.
8-1,142 Educational institution license plate; procedure; requirements.
8-1,143 Hunter permit; requirements; application; fee.
8-1,144 Donated motor vehicles for charitable auctions.
8-1,145 License plates for recipients of the congressional medal
of honor.
8-1,146 License plates for United States military; military
veterans; military branch decal.
8-1,147 Distinctive license plates, right to possession; limitations.
8-1,148 Children's trust fund license plates; procedures; requirements.
8-1,150 Kansas foundation for agriculture in the classroom license plates;
procedures; requirements.
8-1,151 Shriners license plates; procedures; requirements.
8-1,152 Fleet motor vehicles; permanent registration; conditions.
8-1,153 Helping schools license plate; procedure; requirements.
8-1,154 Same; helping schools license plate program fund.
8-1,155 Firefighter license plates; procedures; requirements.
8-1,156 Decals for certain military medals or badges; fee;
requirements.
8-1,157 Satisfaction of lien on vehicle; requirements for
release; penalties; rules and regulations.
8-1,158 Breast cancer research and outreach license plate; application and
logo use royalty payment; application for registration, issuance, renewal.
8-1,159 Emergency medical services license plates; procedure;
requirements.
8-1,160 In God We Trust license plate; procedure; requirements.
8-1,161 Support Kansas arts license plate; procedure; requirements.
8-1,162 Boy Scouts of America license plate; requirements.
8-1,163 Vietnam war license plate; requirements.
8-1,164 I'm pet friendly license plate; requirements.
8-1,165 Permanent registration for certain trailers; fee; cab
card; rules and regulations.
8-1,166 Families of the fallen license plate; requirements.
8-1,167 Ducks unlimited license plate; procedure; requirements (a) On and
after January 1, 2013, any owner or lessee of one or more passenger vehicles or
trucks registered for a gross weight of 20,000 pounds or less, who is a
resident of Kansas, upon compliance with the provisions of this section, may be
issued one ducks unlimited license plate for each such passenger vehicle or
truck.
8-1,168 Masonic lodge license plate; procedure; requirements.
8-1,169 Eisenhower foundation license plate; procedure; requirements.
8-1,170 Distinctive license plates; transferrability of plates.
8-1,171 Donate life license plate; procedure; requirements.
8-1,172 Rotary international license plate; procedure; requirements.
8-1,173 Kansas horse council license plate; procedure; requirements.
8-1,174 Omega psi phi license plate; procedure; requirements.
8-1,175 Alzheimer’s disease awareness license plates; procedure;
requirements.
8-1,176 Kansas highway patrol staffing and training surcharge.
8-1,177 Law enforcement training center surcharge.
Hide details for Article 2:  DRIVERS' LICENSESArticle 2: DRIVERS' LICENSES
8-222 Liability of owner for damages caused by negligence of
minors under age of sixteen.
8-234a Definitions.
8-234b Classes of drivers' licenses; applications for original licenses;
examinations; rules and regulations.
8-234d Motor vehicle drivers' license act; scope and effect of
certain sections.
8-235 Licenses required; city license, when; appeal from denial of license;
vehicles registered under temporary permit; penalty; motorized bicycle driver’s
license.
8-235b Findings of department upon receipt of application;
issuance of license, when.
8-235c Findings of division; when examination required;
exception.
8-235d Applications for licenses other than renewals; examinations;
locations; issuance of license; requirements for applicant under age of
eighteen years.
8-235e Application for driver's license, instructional permit or
nondriver's identification card constitutes consent to selective service
registration.
8-236 Persons exempt from license.
8-237 Persons to whom license not issued.
8-238 Operators of school buses; operators of vehicles
transporting persons or certain property for compensation; age restrictions.
8-239 Instruction permits for persons 17 years of age and older;
conditions and requirements.
8-240 Drivers’ licenses and instruction permits; application for;
requirements; examination tests; reexamination; drivers’ records; fees; late
application penalties; electronic online renewal.
8-241 Licensee must submit to examination, when; examination and
reinstatement fees; disposition of moneys; notice; restriction, suspension or
revocation of license, when; license with DUI-IID designation, requirements,
fees.
8-243 Issuance of licenses; contents; signature; photograph, exception;
fee; anatomical gift statement; distinguishable license for deaf and hard of
hearing; distinguishable number for registered offenders; veterans.
8-244 Licenses to be carried and exhibited upon demand; defense.
8-245 Restrictions on licensees; suspension or revocation;
misdemeanor.
8-246 Replacement drivers' licenses.
8-247 Expiration of licenses; annual renewal for registered
offenders; notice; renewal of license; reexamination; additional examinations;
seizure disorders; extension of license when out-of-state; anatomical gift;
state organ and tissue registry; report to legislature.
8-248 Notice of change of address or name.
8-249 Records to be kept by division; rules and regulations.
8-250 Authority of division to cancel license; surrender of
license.
8-251 Suspending or revoking privileges of nonresidents;
reporting convictions and bond or collateral forfeitures.
8-252 Suspension or revocation of resident's license upon
conviction in another state; period of suspension or revocation; return of
license after suspension; granting new license after revocation; exceptions.
8-252a Suspension or revocation of driving privileges of
nonresident or unlicensed person.
8-253 Duty of court to require surrender of license upon
revocation; report of convictions and adjudications; records; forms; notice of
disposition of appeals.
8-254 Mandatory revocation of driver's license by division of vehicles;
exceptions for court imposed restrictions.
8-255 Restriction, suspension or revocation of driving privileges by
division of vehicles; grounds; procedure for restriction, suspension or
revocation; driver improvement clinics; reinstatement fee.
8-255b Medical advisory board; appointment; procedure; advisory
opinions; limiting tort liability.
8-255c No duty to report information to division or medical
advisory board; nonliability for reports of information; information to be kept
confidential.
8-256 Period of suspension or revocation.
8-256a Application of act to certain persons.
8-257 Surrender of license; division authorized to destroy;
application.
8-258 No operation under foreign license during suspension or
revocation in this state.
8-259 Cancellation, suspension, revocation or denial of license by division;
judicial review.
8-260 Unlawful use of driver's license or nondriver's
identification card; other unlawful acts relating thereto.
8-261a Making false affidavit perjury.
8-262 Driving while license canceled, suspended or revoked; penalty; extension
of time of suspension or revocation; ignition interlock device restriction.
8-263 Permitting unauthorized minor to drive.
8-264 Permitting unauthorized person to drive.
8-265 Employing persons to operate vehicle; proper class of
license required.
8-266 Renting motor vehicle to another; record.
8-266b Drivers' manual.
8-267 Disposition and use of moneys; state safety fund,
motorcycle safety fund, truck driver training fund, photo fee fund, hazmat fee
fund, state highway fund, division of vehicles operating fund and correctional
services special revenue fund.
8-268 Penalties for violations.
8-268a Invalidity of part.
8-269 Uniformity of interpretation.
8-270 Effect of noncompliance.
8-271 Title of act.
8-272 State safety fund, motorcycle safety fund and truck driver
training fund; entitlements; certification of amounts; distribution; proration
of insufficient appropriations; motorcycle safety courses and instructors;
vocational education school, truck driver training.
8-273 Drivers' training school license act; definitions.
8-274 Same; license to operate.
8-275 Same; qualifications to operate school.
8-276 Drivers' training schools; qualifications for instructor of
school.
8-277 Same; issuance of certificate, when; expiration; renewal of
licenses.
8-278 Same; rules and regulations by state board.
8-279 Same; cancellation, suspension, revocation or refusal to
issue license, when.
8-280 Same; disposition of moneys.
8-281 Same; penalty for violations.
8-282 Same; act inapplicable to certain schools.
8-283 Same; citation of act.
8-284 Public policy of state.
8-285 "Habitual violator" defined; other definitions.
8-286 Habitual violator; revocation of driving privileges.
8-287 Habitual violator; penalty.
8-288 Same; restriction of driver's license; exception.
8-291 Violation of restrictions on driver's license or permit;
misdemeanor; penalties.
8-292 Court imposition of driving privilege restrictions;
duration; procedure; violation; penalty.
8-293 Driver's license; nonissuance of new or replacement
license; exception.
8-294 Instruction permit for commercial class motor vehicles or
class A or class B motor vehicles.
8-295 Vision standards for drivers' licenses.
8-296 Farm permit; requirements; procedure.
8-297 Continuation of driving privileges for certain drivers'
licenses.
8-298 Voluntary surrender of driver's license.
8-299 Photo fee fund; expenditures.
8-2,100 Instruction permits; conditions, restrictions and
requirements; under 17 years of age.
8-2,101 Restricted license; conditions, restrictions and requirements.
8-2,102 Cody's law.
8-2,125 Uniform commercial driver's license act; citation of act;
effective date.
8-2,126 Same; purpose of act.
8-2,127 Same; vehicles exempt from act.
8-2,128 Same; definitions.
8-2,129 Same; one driver's license restriction.
8-2,130 Same; driver must notify division and employer of traffic
violations or suspensions, revocations or cancellations of driver's license;
information required to be provided by driver to employer.
8-2,131 Same; requirements which must be complied with by
employer of commercial driver.
8-2,132 Same; driver of commercial vehicle must have a commercial
class driver's license to operate vehicle; violations; penalty.
8-2,133 Same; issuance of license; knowledge and skills test;
administration of skills test.
8-2,134 Same; applying for commercial license; replacement
license, when; requiring state license, when.
8-2,135 Same; commercial driver's license, contents; endorsements or
restrictions; expiration; renewal.
8-2,136 Same; prohibiting driving with alcohol in person's
system; out-of-service order.
8-2,137 Same; tests for alcohol or drugs; consent implied.
8-2,138 Same; notification of conviction of traffic control to
licensing state.
8-2,139 Same; division to provide information to certain persons;
fee.
8-2,140 Same; rules and regulations.
8-2,141 Same; exemption from state license.
8-2,142 Same; disqualification from driving commercial vehicle; suspension,
revocation or cancellation of license; notification.
8-2,143 Commercial driver's license; surrender of license issued
by another state; hazardous materials endorsement.
8-2,144 Driving a commercial motor vehicle under the influence;
penalties.
8-2,145 Tests for alcohol or drugs; notices; certification by
officer; hearing; disqualification of driver.
8-2,146 Seasonal commercial driver's license; conditions and
limitations; definitions; rules and regulations.
8-2,147 Commercial drivers' licenses; farm custom harvesting
operations; age.
8-2,148 Nonresident commercial driver's license; requirements.
8-2,149 Commercial driver's licenses; school bus endorsement;
waiver of driving skills test; requirements.
8-2,150 Commercial driver's licenses; diversion agreements not
allowed.
8-2,151 Commercial driver's licenses; hazardous materials
endorsement; requirements; hazmat fee fund.
8-2,152 Commercial driver's licenses; civil penalties.
8-2,153 Commercial driver's licenses; violation of act; penalty.
8-2,154 Commercial driver's license drive test fee fund; use of
moneys.
8-2,155 Commercial driver's license drive test fees; disposition and use of
moneys.
8-2,156 Hazardous materials endorsement; exception.
Hide details for Article 3:  PUBLICLY OWNED MOTOR VEHICLESArticle 3: PUBLICLY OWNED MOTOR VEHICLES
8-301 Private use forbidden.
8-303 Enforcement of act.
8-304 Marking of vehicles of political subdivisions; vehicle
defined.
8-305 Marking of vehicles of political subdivisions; how marked; exceptions.
8-306 Same; operation or control of unmarked vehicle; removal of
officer or employee from office.
Hide details for Article 4:  PROCESS AGAINST NONRESIDENTSArticle 4: PROCESS AGAINST NONRESIDENTS
8-401 Service of process against nonresidents or their
representatives; definitions.
8-402 Procedure in procuring service pursuant to 8-401.
8-403 Consent to personal service of process by acceptance of
title or registration certificate by resident of state; additional method for
serving process.
8-404 Consent to personal service of process by acceptance of
operator's or chauffeur's license by resident of state; additional method for
serving process.
8-405 Invalidity of part.
Hide details for Article 6:  FAIR TRADEArticle 6: FAIR TRADE
8-601 Definition of words and phrases.
8-602 Free competition.
8-603 Certain financing agreements declared void.
8-604 Same; prima facie evidence of sale prohibited under 8-603.
8-605 Duty of attorney general or county attorney.
8-606 Violations by foreign corporations and associations;
injunction; revocation of license.
8-607 Penalty for violating 8-601 to 8-610.
8-608 Damage actions.
8-609 Contracts and agreements in violation deemed void.
8-610 Invalidity of part.
Hide details for Article 10:  DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR DRUGS; RELATED PROVISIONSArticle 10: DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR DRUGS; RELATED PROVISIONS
8-1001 Tests for alcohol or drugs; request by officer, grounds; consent
implied; administration of tests, when; procedures; immunity from liability;
duty to provide driver notice; refusal to comply or test result exceeding
limit, license suspension; search warrant, admissibility of test; availability
of test result; remedial nature of law.
8-1002 Test refusal or failure; suspension of license; notice;
procedure.
8-1004 Same; additional test by own physician; effect of denial.
8-1005 Evidence; test results admissible in prosecutions; weight
to be given evidence.
8-1006 Same; submission of other evidence; preservation of
samples not required.
8-1007 Same; act supplemental; invalidity of part.
8-1008 Alcohol and drug evaluations; when required; providers; reports;
standardized substance use evaluations.
8-1009 Determination by prosecuting attorney of whether diversion agreement
to be allowed.
8-1010 Severability of Laws of 1982, ch.
8-1011 Immunity from liability for damage to vehicle operated by
or in control of person arrested or in custody.
8-1012 Preliminary screening test of breath or saliva; request by officer,
reasonable suspicion; notice required; refusal to take test is traffic
infraction; use of results of test; additional tests; approved devices.
8-1013 Definitions.
8-1014 Suspension and restriction of driving privileges for test refusal, test
failure or alcohol or drug-related conviction; increased penalties for blood or
breath alcohol concentration of .
8-1015 Same; authorized restrictions of driving privileges; ignition
interlock device.
8-1016 Same; ignition interlock devices; approval by division;
immunity from civil and criminal liability; rules and regulations.
8-1017 Circumvention of ignition interlock device; penalty.
8-1019 Victim impact statement and restitution requirements.
8-1020 Administrative hearing; requirements; procedure.
8-1021 Impoundment of motor vehicle for 8-1567 violation; failure
to pay fees or take repossession; disposition of vehicle.
8-1022 Permitting driving in violation of 8-1014; penalties.
8-1023 Testing not considered medical care; information to be
provided law enforcement officer; costs, assessment; privileges not applicable.
8-1024 Immunity of persons and entities involved in testing from
liability.
8-1025 Refusing to submit to a test to determine the presence of alcohol or
drugs; penalties.
Hide details for Article 11:  ABANDONED AND DISABLED MOTOR VEHICLESArticle 11: ABANDONED AND DISABLED MOTOR VEHICLES
8-1101 Abandoning and leaving on highways; definitions.
8-1102 Motor vehicle abandoned on public highway or property open to use by
public; public agency may impound; disposition; motor vehicle abandoned on
private property; criminal trespass; impounding and disposition of vehicle;
notice; recovery from impoundment, requirements.
8-1103 Towed motor vehicles, lien thereon; procedure; personal property;
providing notice of fee; city ordinance or county resolution.
8-1104 Sale of vehicles and personal property; verification;
notice.
8-1105 Sale, public auction.
8-1108 Stopping of storage fees; when.
Hide details for Article 12:  COMPACTS WITH OTHER JURISDICTIONSArticle 12: COMPACTS WITH OTHER JURISDICTIONS
8-1212 Driver license compact.
8-1213 Same; "licensing authority" and "head of the licensing
authority" defined.
8-1214 Same; expenses of compact administrator.
8-1215 Same; "executive head" defined.
8-1216 Same; reports to division of vehicles.
8-1217 Same; application of K.
8-1218 Same; licenses required; surrender of certain licenses.
8-1219 Nonresident Violator Compact.
8-1220 Same; compact administrator; amendments to compact.
8-1221 Same; resolution of ratification.
8-1222 Same; application of compact; rules and regulations.
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8-1324 Nondriver’s identification card; application for; proof of age,
identity and lawful presence; veterans; fees.
8-1325 Same; expiration; renewal; fee; anatomical gift; organ
donor registry.
8-1325a Same; registered offender; expiration; renewal;
distinguishable.
8-1326 Same; duplicate identification cards.
8-1327 Same; unlawful use of identification cards; other unlawful
acts relating thereto.
8-1328 Same; card to resemble driver's license; information on
card; anatomical gift.
8-1329 Same; cards issued to persons under 18 or 21
distinguishable.
8-1330 Same; division not responsible for accuracy of information
on card.
8-1331 Same; change of address.
8-1332 Identification cards; cancellation of cards; defined.
8-1333 Same; disposition of moneys; state highway fund.
8-1342 Civil penalty for overloading certain vehicles.
8-1343 Child passenger safety act.
8-1343a Same; "passenger car" defined.
8-1344 Child passenger safety; restraining systems for children under the
age of four; use of booster seats, when; use of seat belts by children, when;
exceptions.
8-1345 Same; unlawful acts; penalties; fine waived, when; notification of
waiver; defense to action.
8-1346 Same; nonuse not negligence per se.
8-1347 Same; program of public education.
8-1348 Driving motor vehicle upon or across real or personal
property of another, intentionally damaging same, unlawful; civil liability;
suspension of registration.
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8-1401 Definitions applicable to uniform act regulating traffic
on highways.
8-1402 "Alley" defined.
8-1402a "All-terrain vehicle" defined.
8-1403 "Arterial street" defined.
8-1404 "Authorized emergency vehicle" defined; exemptions.
8-1405 "Bicycle" defined.
8-1406 "Bus" defined.
8-1407 "Business district" defined.
8-1408 "Cancellation of a driver's license" defined.
8-1409 "Commission," "secretary" and "department" defined.
8-1410 "Controlled-access highway" defined.
8-1411 "Crosswalk" defined.
8-1412 "Director" defined.
8-1413 "Division" defined.
8-1414 "Divided highway" defined.
8-1414a "Drawbar" defined.
8-1415 "Driveaway-towaway operations" defined.
8-1416 "Driver" defined.
8-1417 "Driver's license" defined.
8-1418 "Essential parts" defined.
8-1419 "Explosives" defined.
8-1420 "Farm tractor" defined.
8-1421 "Flammable liquid" defined.
8-1422 "Foreign vehicle" defined.
8-1423 "Gross weight" defined.
8-1424 "Highway" defined.
8-1425 "House trailer" defined.
8-1426 "Identifying numbers" defined.
8-1427 "Implement of husbandry" defined.
8-1428 "Intersection" defined.
8-1428a "Interstate system" defined.
8-1429 "Laned roadway" defined.
8-1430 "License" and "license to operate a motor vehicle"
defined.
8-1431 "Lienholder" defined.
8-1432 "Local authorities" defined.
8-1433 "Mail" defined.
8-1434 "Manufacturer" defined.
8-1435 "Metal tire" defined.
8-1436 "Motor home" defined.
8-1437 "Motor vehicle" defined.
8-1438 "Motorcycle" defined.
8-1439 "Motor-driven cycle" defined.
8-1439a "Motorized bicycle" defined.
8-1439c "Motorized wheelchair" defined.
8-1440 "Nonresident" defined.
8-1441 "Nonresident's operating privilege" defined.
8-1442 "Official traffic-control devices" defined.
8-1443 "Owner" defined.
8-1444 "Park" and "parking" defined.
8-1445 "Passenger car" defined.
8-1446 "Pedestrian" defined.
8-1447 "Person" defined.
8-1448 "Pneumatic tire" defined.
8-1449 "Pole trailer" defined.
8-1450 "Police officer" defined.
8-1451 "Private road or driveway" defined.
8-1452 "Railroad" defined.
8-1453 "Railroad sign or signal" defined.
8-1454 "Railroad train" defined.
8-1455 "Registration" defined.
8-1456 "Residence district" defined.
8-1457 "Revocation of driver's license" defined.
8-1458 "Right-of-way" defined.
8-1458a "Road construction zone" defined.
8-1459 "Roadway" defined.
8-1459a "Safety hitch" defined.
8-1460 "Safety zone" defined.
8-1461 "School bus" defined.
8-1462 "Security agreement" defined.
8-1463 "Security interest" defined.
8-1464 "Semitrailer" defined.
8-1465 "Sidewalk" defined.
8-1466 "Solid rubber tire" defined.
8-1467 "Special mobile equipment" defined.
8-1468 "Specially constructed vehicle" defined.
8-1469 "Stand" and "standing" defined.
8-1470 "State" defined.
8-1471 "Stop" when required, defined.
8-1472 "Stop" and "stopping," when prohibited, defined.
8-1473 "Street" defined.
8-1474 "Suspension of a driver's license" defined.
8-1475 "Through highway" defined.
8-1475a "Tow bar" defined.
8-1476 "Trackless trolley coach" defined.
8-1477 "Traffic" defined.
8-1478 "Traffic-control signal" defined.
8-1479 "Trailer" defined.
8-1480 "Transporter" defined.
8-1481 "Truck" defined.
8-1482 "Truck-camper" defined.
8-1483 "Truck tractor" defined.
8-1484 "Urban district" defined.
8-1485 "Vehicle" defined.
8-1486 Certain sections part of uniform
act.
8-1487 "National network of highways" defined.
8-1488 "Low-speed vehicle" defined.
8-1489 "Electric-assisted bicycle" defined.
8-1490 "Travel trailer" defined.
8-1491 "Electric personal assistive mobility device" defined.
8-1492 "School crossing guard" defined.
8-1493 "Work-site utility vehicle" defined.
8-1494 "Micro utility truck" defined.
8-1495 "Golf cart" defined.
8-1496 "Lightweight roadable vehicle" defined.
8-1497 "Autocycle" defined.
Hide details for Article 15:  UNIFORM ACT REGULATING TRAFFIC; RULES OF THE ROADArticle 15: UNIFORM ACT REGULATING TRAFFIC; RULES OF THE ROAD
8-1501 Application of sections in article 15.
8-1503 Required obedience to lawful order of police officer or
fireman; misdemeanor.
8-1504 Rights and duties of person riding animal or driving
animal-drawn vehicle.
8-1505 Application of traffic laws to highway construction or
maintenance operations.
8-1506 Authorized emergency vehicles; rights, duties and
liability of drivers thereof.
8-1507 Official traffic-control devices; required obedience;
placement; presumptions.
8-1508 Traffic-control signal legend.
8-1509 Pedestrian control signals.
8-1510 Flashing traffic signals.
8-1511 Lane-direction-control signals.
8-1512 Placement, maintenance or display of unauthorized signs,
signals, markings or devices.
8-1513 Interference with official traffic-control devices or
railroad signs or signals; misdemeanor.
8-1514 Driving on right side of roadway required; exceptions.
8-1515 Overtaking and passing; vehicles proceeding in opposite
directions.
8-1516 Same; vehicles and bicycles proceeding in same direction.
8-1517 Same; when passing on the right permitted; transit bus
authorized on right shoulder.
8-1518 Same; limitations on passing on the left.
8-1519 Driving on left side of roadway prohibited; exceptions.
8-1520 No-passing zones; designation by secretary of
transportation or local authorities; duties of drivers.
8-1520a Unlawful passing of stopped emergency vehicle or
authorized vehicle engaged in highway construction.
8-1521 One-way highways, roadways or traffic lanes; designation
by secretary of transportation or local authorities; duties of drivers; rotary
traffic islands.
8-1522 Driving on roadways laned for traffic; driving in right
lane required; exceptions.
8-1523 Following another vehicle too closely.
8-1524 Driving limitations on divided highways and
controlled-access highways; certain turns prohibited; parking prohibited, when.
8-1525 Regulation and restrictions on use of controlled-access
highways and facilities; misdemeanor.
8-1526 Right-of-way; approaching or entering intersection.
8-1527 Same; turning left.
8-1528 Stop signs and yield signs; duties of drivers.
8-1529 Vehicle entering or crossing roadway.
8-1530 Duty of driver upon approach of authorized emergency
vehicle.
8-1531 Highway construction or maintenance operations; duty of
driver.
8-1531a Road construction zone, failing to comply with traffic
regulations in.
8-1532 Pedestrians; obedience to official traffic-control devices
required.
8-1533 Same; right-of-way at crosswalks; interference with
vehicular traffic; duties of drivers.
8-1534 Same; crossing roadway at location other than crosswalk.
8-1535 Same; drivers to exercise due care.
8-1536 Same; movement in crosswalk.
8-1537 Same; use of roadways.
8-1538 Soliciting rides, business or contributions; exception.
8-1539 Driving through safety zone prohibited.
8-1540 Pedestrians' right-of-way on sidewalks.
8-1541 Pedestrians must yield right-of-way to authorized
emergency vehicle.
8-1542 Blind pedestrian's right-of-way.
8-1543 Pedestrians under influence of alcohol or drugs;
misdemeanor.
8-1544 Obedience of pedestrian to bridge and railroad signals
required.
8-1545 Required position and method of turning vehicles.
8-1546 Limitations on "U" turns.
8-1547 Starting parked vehicle.
8-1548 Turning movements and required signals.
8-1549 Methods of giving notice of intention to turn.
8-1550 Same; hand and arm signals.
8-1551 Obedience to signal indicating approach of train.
8-1552 Designation of dangerous railroad grade crossings;
vehicles required to stop, when.
8-1553 Certain vehicles required to stop at railroad grade
crossings; exceptions.
8-1554 Moving heavy equipment at railroad grade crossings; notice
to railroad's station agent.
8-1555 Vehicle emerging from alley, building, private road or
dirveway.
8-1556 Overtaking and passing school bus; actuation of visual
signals by driver of bus, when; required school bus markings.
8-1556a Passing church and day care program buses; use of
signals.
8-1557 Basic rule governing speed of vehicles.
8-1558 Maximum speed limits.
8-1559 Alteration of maximum speed limits; establishing speed limits in
road construction zones; powers of secretary of transportation.
8-1560 Alteration of maximum speed limits; powers of local
authorities, limitations and restrictions; establishing speed limits in road
construction zones.
8-1560a Wabaunsee county improvement district speed limits; how
fixed; local authority status.
8-1560b Maximum and minimum speed limits fixed by Kansas turnpike
authority.
8-1560c Certain violations of maximum speed limits not construed as moving
traffic violations.
8-1560d Certain violations of maximum speed limits not public record; not to
be considered for liability insurance.
8-1560e Rural school zone speed limits.
8-1561 Minimum speed regulation.
8-1562 Special speed limitation on motor-driven cycles.
8-1563 Special speed limitations applicable to certain vehicles
and portions of highways; powers of secretary and local authorities;
violations, evidence of safe speed.
8-1564 Violations of speed limits; requirements for complaint,
summons and notice to appear; effect of maximum speed limits in civil action.
8-1565 Racing on highways; misdemeanor.
8-1566 Reckless driving, penalties.
8-1567 Driving under the influence; penalties.
8-1567a Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs by any person less
than 21 years of age; blood alcohol concentration; penalties.
8-1568 Fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer; penalties.
8-1569 Stopping, standing or parking outside of business or
residence district.
8-1570 Authority of police officer to remove vehicle in violation
of 8-1569 from highway.
8-1571 Stopping, standing or parking prohibited in specified
places.
8-1572 Additional parking regulations; powers of secretary and
local authorities.
8-1573 Unattended motor vehicle.
8-1574 Limitations on backing vehicle.
8-1575 Driving upon sidewalk.
8-1576 Driving vehicle prohibited when driver's view or driving
mechanism obstructed.
8-1577 Opening and closing vehicle doors.
8-1578 Riding in house trailer or mobile or manufactured home
prohibited.
8-1578a Riding on vehicle prohibited, when; exceptions.
8-1579 Driving in defiles or canyons or on steep grades.
8-1580 Coasting prohibited.
8-1581 Following fire apparatus prohibited.
8-1582 Driving over fire hose prohibited.
8-1583 Putting glass, etc.
8-1584 Restrictions on driving into intersection or crosswalk or
onto railroad grade crossing.
8-1585 Limitations on operation of snowmobile.
8-1586 Unlawful acts; application of regulations.
8-1587 Traffic laws apply to persons riding bicycles.
8-1588 Riding on bicycles.
8-1589 Same; clinging to other vehicles prohibited.
8-1590 Riding on bicycles or mopeds; riding on roadways and
bicycle paths.
8-1591 Same; carrying articles.
8-1592 Lamps, brakes and other equipment on bicycles.
8-1592a Application of 8-1586 to 8-1592 to motorized bicycles.
8-1592b Electric-assisted bicycles; traffic law application; no
registration or driver's license required.
8-1593 Rights and duties of persons riding motorcycles.
8-1594 Operation of motorcycles.
8-1594 Operation of motorcycles.
8-1595 Same; roadways laned for traffic.
8-1596 Same; clinging to other vehicles prohibited.
8-1597 Same; equipment on motorcycles for passengers.
8-1598 Operation of motorcycles; equipment required for operators and
riders.
8-1599 Transportation of liquor in opened containers unlawful;
exceptions; penalty; report of prior convictions; city or county not prohibited
from enacting comparable ordinance or resolution, requirements.
8-15,100 Operation of all-terrain vehicles; where; when;
exceptions.
8-15,101 Unlawful operation of low-speed vehicle.
8-15,102 Littering.
8-15,103 Failure to obey school crossing guard.
8-15,104 School crossing guards; appointment; training; limitations.
8-15,106 Operation of micro utility trucks; where; when.
8-15,107 Removal of vehicles obstructing traffic; requirements.
8-15,108 Operation of golf cart; where; when.
8-15,109 Operation of work-site utility vehicle; where; when.
8-15,110 Covering license plate with plastic-like material.
8-15,111 Text messaging, prohibited; exceptions.
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8-1601 Application of sections in article 16.
8-1602 Accident involving death or personal injury; duties of drivers,
reports; penalties for violations; revocation of license, permit or driving
privileges.
8-1604 Duty of driver to give certain information after accident; failure
to provide proof of liability insurance or financial security; duty to render
aid after accident; proof of liability insurance or financial security by
electronic means, restrictions.
8-1605 Duty of driver upon damaging unattended vehicle or other property;
misdemeanor.
8-1607 Division may require driver or owner to submit written
accident report.
8-1608 False information or report concerning accident;
misdemeanor.
8-1609 Failure to report; suspension of driver's license;
penalty.
8-1610 Reports by secretary of health and environment on deaths
resulting from accidents.
8-1611 Reports by law enforcement officers investigating
accidents.
8-1612 Accident report forms; department of transportation to
provide division of vehicles accident reports or data.
8-1613 Tabulation and analysis of accident reports by secretary
of transportation.
Hide details for Article 17:  UNIFORM ACT REGULATING TRAFFIC; EQUIPMENT OF VEHICLESArticle 17: UNIFORM ACT REGULATING TRAFFIC; EQUIPMENT OF VEHICLES
8-1701 Scope and effect of sections in article 17; unlawful acts.
8-1702 Approval or disapproval of equipment by secretary of
transportation.
8-1703 When lighted lamps required.
8-1704 Visibility distance and mounted height of lamps; method
and conditions of measuring.
8-1705 Head lamps on motor vehicles.
8-1706 Tail lamps.
8-1707 Reflectors.
8-1708 Stop lamps and turn signals.
8-1709 Application of 8-1710 to 8-1714.
8-1710 Additional lighting equipment required on certain
vehicles.
8-1711 Color of clearance lamps, identification lamps, side
marker lamps and reflectors.
8-1712 Mounting of reflectors, clearance lamps and side marker
lamps.
8-1713 Visibility requirements for reflectors, clearance lamps,
identification lamps and side marker lamps.
8-1714 Operation of obstructed lamps not required on combination
of vehicles.
8-1715 Lamps or flags required on projecting loads.
8-1716 Parked vehicles; lamps required; color; location; time for
display of lighted lamps; depressing or dimming of head lamps.
8-1717 Lights, lamps and reflectors on farm tractors; slow-moving
vehicle and slow-moving vehicle emblem defined; requirements for slow-moving
vehicles; unlawful acts; exception.
8-1718 Lamps and equipment required on implements of husbandry,
road rollers, road machinery and animal-drawn vehicles.
8-1719 Spot lamps, fog lamps, auxiliary passing lamps and
auxiliary driving lamps.
8-1720 Lamps and lights on authorized emergency vehicles;
alternately or simultaneously flashing head lamps.
8-1721 Stop lamps and signal lamps; color; visibility.
8-1722 Vehicular hazard warning lamps; warning lamps on police
vehicles; trash trucks.
8-1723 Additional lighting equipment permitted; neon ground
effect lighting; lead vehicle of funeral procession.
8-1724 Multiple-beam road-lighting equipment; visibility;
direction of beam; high beam indicator.
8-1725 Head lamps; use of; exception for alternately or
simultaneously flashing head lamps.
8-1726 Single-beam road-lighting equipment permitted on certain
vehicles.
8-1727 Alternate road-lighting equipment on certain vehicles;
limitations on speed.
8-1728 Number of driving lamps required or permitted.
8-1729 Lights and signals; restrictions; exceptions for certain
vehicles including school, church and day care buses.
8-1730 Lighting equipment and warning devices on school buses.
8-1730a Definitions of "church bus" and "day care program bus";
equipment and markings.
8-1731 Lights on highway construction and maintenance vehicles;
rules and regulations of secretary.
8-1734 Braking systems for motor vehicles and combinations of
vehicles; performance requirements; additional braking systems, when; antique
vehicles exempted.
8-1738 Horns and warning devices.
8-1739 Mufflers and noise suppressing systems.
8-1740 Mirrors.
8-1741 Windshields and windows; damaged windshields prohibited;
obstruction or impairment prohibited; wipers.
8-1742 Restrictions as to tire equipment.
8-1742a Sale of unsafe tires; misdemeanor.
8-1742b Wide-base single tires; prohibitions.
8-1743 Safety glazing material requirements; limitation on
registration; misdemeanor.
8-1744 Flares or warning devices; vehicles subject to
requirements; use, when required; unlawful acts; compliance with federal
requirements.
8-1745 Display of vehicular hazard warning signal lamps and
warning devices by certain stopped or disabled vehicles.
8-1746 Vehicles transporting hazardous materials; regulations by
secretary, compliance; markings of and equipment on vehicles; misdemeanor.
8-1747 Air-conditioning equipment.
8-1749 Safety belts and shoulder harnesses.
8-1749a One-way glass and sun screening devices; requirements;
exceptions; penalties.
8-1749b Sun screening devices; definitions.
8-1749c Unlawful installation of sun screening device; penalty.
8-1759 Spot inspections by highway patrol; penalties.
8-1759a Inspection by highway patrol upon reasonable cause;
notice of defects; penalties.
8-1761 Improper compression release engine braking system.
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8-1801 Headlamps; modulation systems.
8-1802 Tail lamps.
8-1803 Reflectors.
8-1804 Stop lamps, turn signals and side lamps.
8-1805 Multiple-beam road-lighting equipment on motorcycles.
8-1806 Road-lighting equipment on motor-driven cycles.
8-1807 Brakes.
8-1808 Performance ability of brakes.
8-1809 Approval of braking systems on motor-driven cycles;
suspension or revocation of registration; prohibited acts.
8-1810 Other equipment; compliance with sections in article 18;
applicability of other equipment laws.
Hide details for Article 19:  UNIFORM ACT REGULATING TRAFFIC; SIZE, WEIGHT AND LOAD OF VEHICLESArticle 19: UNIFORM ACT REGULATING TRAFFIC; SIZE, WEIGHT AND LOAD OF VEHICLES
8-1901 Criminal penalties for violation of size and weight laws; exceptions.
8-1902 Width of vehicles and loads thereon.
8-1903 Loads on passenger vehicles extending to either side.
8-1904 Height and length of vehicles and loads; exceptions to maximums.
8-1905 Projecting loads to the front and rear.
8-1906 Securing loads on vehicles; requirements for hauling
livestock.
8-1907 Towing vehicles; connection and safety equipment;
exceptions.
8-1908 Gross weight limits on wheels and axles.
8-1909 Gross weight limits for vehicles; exceptions; safety of certain
vehicles for operation.
8-1909a Vehicle operation on national system of interstate and
defense highways; exceptions.
8-1910 Enforcement of vehicle weight laws; officers may weigh
vehicles; portable scales; required drive to stationary scales; off-loading or
load redistribution required, when.
8-1911 Permits for oversize or overweight vehicles; fees.
8-1912 When secretary of transportation or local authorities may
restrict use of highways.
8-1913 Liability for damage to highway or structure.
8-1914 Issuance of special permits for operation of vehicles from
Kansas turnpike authority toll booths and motor-freight truck terminals.
8-1915 Issuance of special vehicle combination permits;
conditions; penalties; rules and regulations.
8-1916 Cotton modules; allowable movement.
8-1917 Idle reduction technology; maximum weight limit exception.
8-1918 Implement dealers; permits; allowable movement.
Hide details for Article 20:  UNIFORM ACT REGULATING TRAFFIC; POWERS OF STATE AND LOCALArticle 20: UNIFORM ACT REGULATING TRAFFIC; POWERS OF STATE AND LOCAL
8-2001 Provisions of act uniform throughout state; local traffic
regulations.
8-2002 Powers of local authorities.
8-2003 Secretary of transportation to adopt sign manual.
8-2004 Traffic-control devices on state highways; doubling of
fine in road construction zone.
8-2005 Local traffic-control devices; highways and streets
designated as connecting links; township roads in certain counties.
8-2006 Restrictions on pedestrian crossings.
8-2007 Same; unmarked crosswalks.
8-2008 Erection and maintenance of stop signs, yield signs and
traffic-control devices.
8-2009 Regulations governing design and operation of school
buses; effect of noncompliance.
8-2009a School buses; exemptions from requirements of law and
regulations; approval by state board of education.
8-2010 Designation of authorized emergency vehicles.
8-2010a Designation of authorized emergency vehicle; application;
vehicles which may be designated.
8-2010b Operation of vehicle with red light prohibited unless
approved emergency vehicle.
8-2010c Wreckers, tow trucks or car carriers; operation of
emergency lights; when.
8-2011 Removal of traffic hazards on private property.
8-2012 Rights of owners of real property.
Hide details for Article 21:  UNIFORM ACT REGULATING TRAFFIC; PARTIES, ARRESTS, CITATIONS,Article 21: UNIFORM ACT REGULATING TRAFFIC; PARTIES, ARRESTS, CITATIONS,
8-2101 Parties to a crime established by uniform act.
8-2102 Offenses by persons owning or controlling vehicles.
8-2103 Application of act to public officers and employees.
8-2104 When person to be taken before judge of district court;
arrest at discretion of officer, when; traffic citation only in certain cases.
8-2106 Traffic citation; procedure.
8-2107 Appearance bond; offenses for which bond may be required; deposit of
driver's license; suspension of license for failure to appear; penalties for
filing for replacement license; cash bond, credit card or arrest bond
certificate; amount of and procedure for giving bond; forfeiture of bond; court
costs; application to nonresident violator compact; docket fee; authorized only
by legislative enactment.
8-2108 Citation deemed lawful complaint.
8-2109 Authority of officer at scene of accident.
8-2110 Failure to comply with traffic citation; misdemeanor; suspension of
driver’s license; restricted driving privileges; fees for mailing notice;
reinstatement fee; authorized only by legislative enactment; disposition of
reinstatement fees.
8-2111 Applicability of procedures in 8-2101 to 8-2110.
8-2112 Citation for illegally parked, standing or stopped
vehicle.
8-2113 Same; failure to appear; notice.
8-2114 Same; prosecution; presumption of ownership.
8-2115 Records of traffic cases; transmittal of abstracts to
division; form; effect of noncompliance; public inspection of records; notice
of final disposition of appeals.
8-2116 Classification of violations; traffic infractions;
misdemeanors; repeat misdemeanor offenses.
8-2117 Prosecution of juvenile traffic offenders; disposition.
8-2118 niform fine schedule for traffic infraction violations; payment by
mail with plea, when; full payment required; ordinance traffic infractions;
doubling of fine in road construction zone and school zone.
8-2119 Electronic citations.
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8-2201 Act not retroactive.
8-2202 Reference to prior law construed as reference to
corresponding section in 1974 act.
8-2203 Uniformity of interpretation.
8-2204 Citation of act; sections included.
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8-2401 Definitions.
8-2402 Declaration of public policy.
8-2403 Vehicle dealers required to have licenses; exceptions;
supervision by director of vehicles.
8-2404 License required; license fees; bond required, when; place
of business required, when; supplemental place of business; manual and
examination for salesperson; prohibiting brokering of new and used motor
vehicles; exceptions.
8-2405 Insurance required of dealers; limitations on
cancellation.
8-2406 Dealer plates; fee; symbols on plates; use of plates.
8-2408 Dealer requirements; reports; records, availability for
inspection; disposition of business; exceptions.
8-2409 Temporary vehicle registration permits; cost; display; operation
under laden conditions.
8-2410 Denial, suspension or revocation of license; grounds; notice and
hearing; licensee responsibility for agents; appeals; prohibited acts.
8-2411 Violations; hearing; penalties; appeals.
8-2412 Dealer review board; membership; meetings; compensation
and expenses; secretary; attachment to department of revenue.
8-2413 Injunctions; jurisdiction of courts; mediation.
8-2414 Cancellation, termination or nonrenewal of franchise
agreements between dealers and manufacturers or distributors; cause; hearing;
burden of proof; compensation upon termination; effect of noncompliance by
manufacturer or distributor.
8-2415 Correction of warranty defects; compensation to dealer;
promotional allowances or incentive payments; claim for reimbursement from
dealer.
8-2416 Sale, transfer or assignment of dealership, notice and
limitations; disapproval procedure; duties of manufacturer or distributor;
appointment of successor.
8-2417 Jurisdiction over licensees; service of process in
secretary of state; limitation of rights.
8-2418 Disposition of moneys.
8-2419 Liability of manufacturers and distributors for defects in
equipment; indemnification for damages; when.
8-2420 Act supplemental to vehicle registration laws.
8-2421 Severability.
8-2422 Citation of act.
8-2423 Rules and regulations.
8-2425 Full-privilege license plates; dealer-hauler
full-privilege trailer license plates; fees; use.
8-2426 Same; unlawful acts; penalties.
8-2428 Dealer review board; duties.
8-2429 Interstate dealer licensing compact.
8-2430 Establishment of additional or relocation of existing new
vehicle dealer; procedure; relevant market area.
8-2431 Same; exemption for manufacturers with dispute resolution
procedures.
8-2432 Same; act part of vehicle dealers and manufacturers
licensing act.
8-2433 Temporary permit for vehicle salesperson.
8-2434 Selling motor vehicles without a license; penalty.
8-2435 Display of motor vehicles at a location other than
dealer's place of business; permit.
8-2436 Salvage vehicle pools; requirements.
8-2437 Application of act.
8-2438 Ownership and operation of new vehicle dealership by
certain entities prohibited; exceptions.
8-2439 Delivery of motor vehicles to persons in state; who
authorized to deliver.
8-2440 Transactions executed outside state; when lemon law
applicable.
8-2441 Aiding or abetting violations of act prohibited.
8-2442 Severability.
8-2443 Act supplemental to vehicle dealers and manufacturers
licensing act.
8-2444 Temporary trade show license; requirements; fees.
Hide details for Article 25:  SEAT BELTSArticle 25: SEAT BELTS
8-2501 Safety belt use act; citation.
8-2502 Same; "passenger car" defined.
8-2503 Same; wearing of seat belt required; exceptions; educational
program; evaluation of effectiveness of act; enforcement.
8-2504 Same; fines; violation not reported to department of revenue; failure
to use seat belt not admissible to determine negligence or damages.
8-2505 Same; act does not affect requirement of crash protection
under federal law.
8-2506 Same; severability of act.
8-2507 Same; manufacturer warranty on safety belts; "motor
vehicle" defined.
Hide details for Article 26:  LICENSING OF TITLE SERVICE AGENTSArticle 26: LICENSING OF TITLE SERVICE AGENTS
8-2601 Definitions.
8-2602 Complying with provisions of act.
8-2603 License required; application; requirements; bonding.
8-2604 Title service agents; log required.
8-2605 Denial, suspension or revocation of license; grounds.
8-2606 Hearing for violation of act; penalty.
8-2607 Injunction; jurisdiction of courts.
8-2608 Service of process; secretary of state.
8-2609 Disposition of moneys.
8-2610 Rules and regulations.
8-2611 Citation of act.
Hide details for Article 27:  KANSAS TRANSPORTATION NETWORKCOMPANY SERVICES ACT Article 27: KANSAS TRANSPORTATION NETWORKCOMPANY SERVICES ACT
8-2701 Kansas transportation network company services act.
8-2702 Same; definitions.
8-2703 Same; not motor carrier, taxicab or for-hire vehicle.
8-2704 Same; agent required.
8-2705 Same; fares.
8-2706 Same; identification.
8-2707 Same; electronic receipts.
8-2708 Same; insurance.
8-2709 Same; mandatory disclosures.
8-2710 Same; automobile insurers; exclusions.
8-2711 Same; zero tolerance policy for drugs or alcohol usage.
8-2712 Same; employment requirements.
8-2713 Same; vehicle equipment requirements.
8-2714 Same; only prearranged rides.
8-2715 Same; payment.
8-2716 Same; non-discrimination policy.
8-2717 Same; records.
8-2718 Same; nondisclosure of personally identifiable information.
8-2719 Same; mandatory insurance disclosure.
8-2720 Same; driver requirements.
Hide details for Chapter 9:  BANKS AND BANKING; TRUST COMPANIESChapter 9: BANKS AND BANKING; TRUST COMPANIES
Hide details for Article 5:  MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONSArticle 5: MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
9-508 Kansas money transmitter act; definitions.
9-509 Same; license; application; fingerprinting, when required; net worth
requirement; deposit of security or bond; conditions; powers and duties of
state bank commissioner.
9-510 Same; engaging in business; locations; licensee requirements.
9-510a Same; authorized charges for transmission.
9-511 Same; inapplicability of act to certain businesses and
activities.
9-512 Same; penalties for violations.
9-513 Same; invalidity of part; interpretation of act.
9-513a Same; issuance of license; revocation of license, when.
9-513b Money transmitter; permissible investments; requirements.
9-513c Same; confidential information; release of, when.
9-513d Citation of Kansas money transmitter act; rules and regulations.
9-513e Same; change in executive officers or directors; fingerprinting.
9-519 Bank holding companies; definitions.
9-520 Same; ownership limitations; exceptions.
9-532 Same; authority; fee.
9-533 Same; application; required information.
9-534 Same; application; approval; factors.
9-535 Same; approval of application; applicant right to appeal.
9-536 Same; subject to change of control provisions.
9-537 Same; review of operations by commissioner; additional
information.
9-540 Foreign bank prohibited from having branch bank in state.
9-541 Acquisition of bank by out-of-state bank holding company;
age limitation; exceptions.
9-542 Citation of code; statutes comprising.
Hide details for Article 7:  BANKING CODE; DEFINITIONSArticle 7: BANKING CODE; DEFINITIONS
9-701 Definitions.
Hide details for Article 8:  BANKING CODE; ORGANIZATIONArticle 8: BANKING CODE; ORGANIZATION
9-801 Incorporation; application; criteria for approval of application.
9-802 Date of existence; transaction of business before authorization.
9-803 Renewal and extension of corporation; lapse in authority or
existence.
9-804 Certificate of authority; examination; issuance.
9-806 Failure to engage in business; reapplication required.
9-808 Stockholder vote for conversion to state bank; application to
commissioner; investigation; capital and name; stock for stock or property;
powers continued; assets transferred; same entity; divesture of unauthorized
assets and liabilities.
9-809 Stockholder vote for conversion to national bank; copy of application
to commissioner.
9-811 Prohibition against nonbank banks; exceptions.
9-812 Bank change of name; approval required.
9-814 Change of place of business; application and approval process.
9-815 Expenses of examination or investigation; payment; disposition of
moneys received.
9-816 Bankers’ bank; application for organization.
Hide details for Article 9:  BANKING CODE; CAPITAL STOCK AND STRUCTUREArticle 9: BANKING CODE; CAPITAL STOCK AND STRUCTURE
9-901a Capital requirements.
9-902 Par value of stock.
9-903 Transfer of stock; report to commissioner.
9-904 Reduction of capital stock, when.
9-905 Increase of capital stock.
9-906 Restoration of impaired capital.
9-907 Delinquent stockholders; public or private sale of stock.
9-908 Preferred stock.
9-909 Preferred stock; rights and immunities of holders.
9-910 Dividends from capital stock prohibited; how current dividends
paid.
9-911 Declarations of dividends.
9-912 Surplus account; stock dividends from reduction.
Hide details for Article 11:  BANKING CODE; POWERSArticle 11: BANKING CODE; POWERS
9-1101 General powers.
9-1101a Issuance of capital notes or debentures, when; limitations.
9-1102 Holding of real estate; limitations.
9-1104 Limitation on loans and borrowing; determination of limits;
compliance with section; definitions.
9-1107 Temporary borrowing by bank; limitation; exceptions.
9-1111 Branch banking; remote service units.
9-1111b Applications for branch banks; examinations and investigation fee;
disposition and use of fees.
9-1112 Unlawful transactions.
9-1114 Board of directors of bank or trust company; rules and
requirements.
9-1115 Officers of bank or trust company; election; term; bond;
forfeiture of office.
9-1116 Meetings of board; examination of records, funds and securities;
minutes.
9-1119 Certified checks, drafts or orders.
9-1121 Reproduction of records and papers; evidence.
9-1122 Closing of banks; business hours; emergencies.
9-1123 Bank service corporations; definitions.
9-1124 Same; investment by banks; limitations.
9-1125 Same; unreasonable discrimination in providing services prohibited;
exceptions.
9-1127a Same; services which may be performed for depository
institutions.
9-1127b Same; services which may be provided by corporations;
restrictions.
9-1127c Same; investments in corporations performing certain services
under 9-1127b; approval required.
9-1127d Same; services performed for bank or subsidiary or
affiliate; regulation and examination by commissioner; rules and regulations.
9-1128 Deposits by banks or trust companies acting as fiduciaries
or custodians for fiduciaries of certain securities guaranteed by the United
States or agencies thereof; rules and regulations; records of ownership;
certifications of deposit.
9-1129 Same; application of act.
9-1130 Retention of books and records; rules and regulations; destruction;
photographic reproduction; electronic recordation; confidentiality of records
unaffected.
9-1131 Repurchase agreements with pooled money investment board.
9-1132 Personal liability of officers and directors, exceptions.
9-1133 Liability of officers and directors; actions; certain provisions
applicable.
9-1134 Liability of officers and directors; severability.
9-1136 Powers; authority to lease certain personal property;
definitions.
9-1137 Compliance review committees; functions; confidentiality of certain
documents; definitions; exceptions.
9-1138 School savings deposit program; requirements; definitions.
9-1140 Prohibiting branch banks in certain locations.
9-1141 Securing deposits for federally recognized Indian tribe.
9-1142 Savings promotion; requirements; rules and regulations.
Hide details for Article 12:  BANKING CODE; TRANSACTIONSArticle 12: BANKING CODE; TRANSACTIONS
9-1201 Application.
9-1204 Deposits of minors.
9-1205 Joint accounts.
9-1206 Set off.
9-1207 Adverse claim to deposit.
9-1213 Payment of drafts of failed or closed banks.
9-1214 Payment of drafts of failed or closed banks; release from
liability.
9-1215 Payable on death accounts.
Hide details for Article 13:  BANKING CODE; DEPOSIT INSURANCE AND BONDSArticle 13: BANKING CODE; DEPOSIT INSURANCE AND BONDS
9-1301 Deposit insurance; surety bond.
9-1302 Subrogation upon payment by insurer of deposits.
9-1304 Closed banks may borrow from or sell to federal insurance
corporation.
Hide details for Article 14:  BANKING CODE; DEPOSIT OF PUBLIC MONEYSArticle 14: BANKING CODE; DEPOSIT OF PUBLIC MONEYS
9-1401 Designation of depositories for public funds; duty of public
officers; agreements.
9-1402 Securing the deposits of public funds.
9-1403 Securities for deposits of public funds; exemption during peak
deposits.
9-1405 Deposit of securities, security entitlements and financial assets in
securities account; written custodial agreement; receipt.
9-1406 Exemption from liability for loss by official depository.
9-1407 Exemption of security for insured portion of public deposits;
reciprocal deposit programs.
9-1408 Definitions.
9-1409 Securing deposits of public moneys of out-of-state governmental
units; when.
Hide details for Article 15:  BANKING CODE; SAFE DEPOSIT BOX RENTALArticle 15: BANKING CODE; SAFE DEPOSIT BOX RENTAL
9-1501 Authority to keep and maintain safe deposit boxes.
9-1502 Legal relationship between renter and bank.
9-1503 Joint tenancy of safe deposit box; liability.
9-1504 Death of lessee or lessees in joint tenancy; opening of box;
disposition of contents.
9-1505 Lessor to give information to public authority.
9-1506 Default of lessee; notice; disposition of contents.
Hide details for Article 16:  BANKING CODE; TRUST AUTHORITYArticle 16: BANKING CODE; TRUST AUTHORITY
9-1601 Application and authority to act as trust company; exemptions.
9-1602 Revoking trust authority.
9-1603 Assets held in fiduciary capacity segregated; records; security of
funds.
9-1604 Liquidation, termination of trust business.
9-1607 Appointment of nominee when acting as fiduciary; records.
9-1609 Fiduciary may establish trust funds.
9-1611 Bank or trust company acting as fiduciary may deal in manner
authorized by instrument with company having control of bank or trust
company.
9-1612 Company having control over a bank or trust company defined.
Hide details for Article 17:  BANKING CODE; SUPERVISION; COMMISSIONERArticle 17: BANKING CODE; SUPERVISION; COMMISSIONER
9-1701 Examination of banks and trust companies; other reports.
9-1702 Examination of fiduciaries and affiliated organizations and their
officers and employees.
9-1703 Examination and administrative expenses; annual assessment, due
dates for payments, delinquency penalty; disposition of receipts; bank
commissioner fee fund.
9-1704 Reports to commissioner; publication, when.
9-1708 Refusal to be examined; remedy.
9-1709 Failure to respond to a lawful request of the commissioner.
9-1712 Examination of records and investigative materials of commissioner,
confidential; disclosure.
9-1713 Adoption of rules and regulations; approval of board.
9-1714 Appointment of special deputy bank commissioner.
9-1715 Special orders; procedures.
9-1716 Powers of commissioner; order restricting declaration and payment of
dividends.
9-1717 Prohibition against felon from serving as director, officer or
employee.
9-1719 Change of control; definitions.
9-1720 Change of control; approval.
9-1721 Application process; approval factors and criteria.
9-1722 Application requirements.
9-1724 Exception for mergers resulting in a national bank.
9-1725 Powers of the commissioner during existence of an emergency.
9-1726 Fees; rules and regulations.
Hide details for Article 18:  BANKING CODE; SUPERVISION; BOARDArticle 18: BANKING CODE; SUPERVISION; BOARD
9-1805 Removal of officer or director; hearing; judicial review.
9-1807 Cease and desist orders; institution of proceedings by commissioner;
hearing by board; issuance; temporary orders of commissioner.
9-1809 Civil penalties.
9-1810 Informal agreements with commissioner; when.
9-1811 Consent orders; when.
Hide details for Article 19:  BANKING CODE; DISSOLUTION; INSOLVENCYArticle 19: BANKING CODE; DISSOLUTION; INSOLVENCY
9-1901 Dissolution.
9-1902 Definition of insolvency.
9-1902a Critical undercapitalization.
9-1903 Undercapitalized and insolvent banks and trust companies;
commissioner to take charge, when.
9-1905 Receiver for insolvent and undercapitalized bank or trust
company.
9-1906 Receiver to take charge of assets; order of payment.
9-1907 Powers of federal deposit insurance corporation or its
successor.
9-1908 Title to all assets to vest in insurance corporation.
9-1909 Claims to be filed within one year.
9-1910 Surrender control to commissioner.
9-1911 Receiver may borrow money.
9-1915 Deposits or debts while insolvent; liability.
9-1916 Same; action to enforce liability; evidence.
9-1917 Undelivered funds due creditors, depositors and
shareholders of defunct bank or trust company; duties of commissioner and state
treasurer; undistributed assets of defunct institutions fund.
9-1918 Escheat and disposition of certain property in custody of
commissioner; escheat.
9-1919 Voluntary liquidation.
9-1920 Borrowing by liquidating bank.
9-1921 Sale of bank's assets as part of liquidation.
Hide details for Article 20:  BANKING CODE; CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTSArticle 20: BANKING CODE; CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
9-2001 Failing to perform duty; penalty.
9-2002 Making false report, statement or entry in the books; penalty.
9-2004 Swear or affirm falsely as perjury; penalty.
9-2005 Neglect of commissioner or deputy; penalty.
9-2006 Receiving deposits after authority revoked; penalty.
9-2007 Violations by receiver; penalties.
9-2008 Certified checks, drafts or orders in excess of amount on
deposit.
9-2010 Insolvent bank receiving deposits; penalty.
9-2011 Unlawfully engaging in the banking or trust company business;
penalty.
9-2012 Intent to injure or defraud; penalty.
9-2013 Unlawful to offer or solicit anything of value; penalty.
9-2014 Violation of act; commissioner or deputy to inform county or
district attorney.
9-2016 Unlawfully transacting banking or trust business; penalty.
9-2018 Severability.
9-2019 Unlawful to obstruct examination; penalty.
Hide details for Article 21:  TRUST COMPANIESArticle 21: TRUST COMPANIES
9-2101 Issuing certificate of authority as bank to trust company authorized
to accept deposits; when.
9-2102 Applicability of act.
9-2103 Powers of trust companies; limited purpose trust companies.
9-2104 Liability of holder of stock in a trust company.
9-2107 Allowing for the contracting for trust services; definitions; notice
filing; authority of commissioner; fees; examination; branches.
9-2108 Trust service office; establishment or relocation; application.
9-2111 Prohibiting out-of-state entity to establish or operate trust
facility; exceptions, reciprocity.
Hide details for Article 22:  MORTGAGE BUSINESSArticle 22: MORTGAGE BUSINESS
9-2201 Mortgage business; definitions.
9-2202 Exempt from licensure.
9-2203 License required to conduct mortgage business; registration required
for a loan originator; penalty; statute of limitations for prosecution.
9-2204 Application for license for mortgage company; application
for registration for loan originator; content.
9-2205 License or registration; renewal.
9-2206 Application denied; appeal.
9-2207 Denial, suspension or revocation of license or
registration; notice; disciplinary proceedings.
9-2208 License; display; signed acknowledgment; contents; advertising or
solicitation disclosure.
9-2209 Commissioner, powers and duties.
9-2210 Fees; disposition.
9-2211 Bonding requirements; minimum net worth requirements.
9-2212 Prohibited acts for persons licensed or registered under act.
9-2213 Time limit for deposit of escrow funds; records required.
9-2214 Ownership of documents.
9-2215 Change in licensee's business; notice.
9-2216 Retention of records; time period; inspection of records; security
of records; preservation of records.
9-2216a Annual written report; penalty.
9-2217 Confidentiality of examination reports; exceptions.
9-2218 Cease and desist orders; civil fines.
9-2219 Injunction.
9-2220 Citation of act; severability.
Hide details for Chapter 12:  CITIES AND MUNICIPALITIESChapter 12: CITIES AND MUNICIPALITIES
Hide details for Article 1:  GENERAL PROVISIONSArticle 1: GENERAL PROVISIONS
12-137 Limitations and procedures for exercise of constitutional
home rule power of taxation or other revenue measures; ordinance; notice;
referendum.
12-138 Same; election procedure; notice of election.
12-138a Initiative election on levying tax or other revenue
measure.
12-138b Continuation in effect of tax or other revenue measures.
12-138c Taxes levied under home rule; prohibition under certain
circumstances.
12-140 Cities prohibited from levying taxes on income; exception.
12-142 Cities prohibited from imposing sales or excise taxes on
sales of cigarettes or cereal malt beverages or products; exception.
12-143 City vehicle tax authorized; tax situs; amount of tax.
12-144 Same; approval by election required.
12-145 Same; exemptions.
12-146 Same; use of tax proceeds.
12-147 Tax subdivisions authorized to enter into agreements with
owners of tax exempt property for payments in lieu of taxes.
12-148 Same; contract provisions; apportionment of revenues.
12-149 Same; budgeting of revenues.
12-187 Countywide and city retailers' sales taxes; procedure for
imposition; election required; rate; use of revenue; validation of certain
elections; continuation in effect of certain taxes; authority for imposition;
statement of purpose.
12-187a Same; power conferred to impose tax outside of
boundaries.
12-189 Same; rates, general and special purposes, exceptions for certain
counties; administration and collection by state; refunds; remittance to cities
and counties; monthly reports; confidentiality requirements.
12-189a Same; certain sales exempt from state sales tax subject
to local tax.
12-189d Sales of bingo cards, faces and instant bingo tickets;
exempt.
12-191 Same; situs of taxable transactions; rules and
regulations; effective date for collection of taxes; revenue in excess of
budget, disposition.
12-192 Same; apportionment of revenue from countywide retailers' sales tax
between county and cities located therein, exceptions; notification of state
sales tax collected in county for preceding year; county clerks to provide
secretary information necessary for apportionment.
12-194 Same; city and county excise taxes prohibited, exceptions;
rate increase for certain development excise taxes, election required.
12-195 Same; use of proceeds for payment of bonds prohibited;
exceptions.
12-195a Same; allotment of county proceeds to townships.
12-195b Same; pledge of proceeds for payment of bonds;
conditions.
12-196 Same; transfer of revenue to road and bridge fund.
12-197 Same; pledging of revenue received; procedure.
12-198 Imposition of city and county and Washburn university
compensating use tax upon tangible personal property, vehicles and vessels;
rate; continued exemption for provision of certain tangible personal property
exempt from taxation prior to July 1, 2003; administration and collection by
state; disposition and apportionment of moneys received.
12-199 Imposition of city and county compensating use tax upon
certain motor vehicles; rate; administration, collections and distribution.
12-1,101 Tax upon gross earnings derived from money, notes and
other evidence of debt; imposition by counties, cities and townships,
procedure; rate of tax; petition for elimination of tax; petition to impose
tax.
12-1,102 Same; definitions.
12-1,103a Same; tax situs.
12-1,104 Local option intangibles tax; filing of returns,
procedure and forms; persons required to file and pay tax.
12-1,105 Same; penalty for refusal or failure to file return.
12-1,106 Same; time of payment; collection.
12-1,107 Same; disposition of tax receipts.
12-1,108 Same; inspection of returns; unlawful acts, penalty.
12-1,109 Same; exemptions.
12-1,110 Same; rules and regulations.
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12-1610a Kansas Government Journal subscriptions.
12-1610b Same; compilation of information.
12-1610c League of Kansas municipalities; annual dues, expenses
of attending meetings.
12-1610d Same; subscriptions.
12-1610e Same; membership in, when; instrumentality; powers; act
supplemental.
12-1610f Same; city delegates; powers and duties.
12-1610g Same; powers exercised through instrumentality;
limitation on liability; custody of files upon termination.
12-1692 Promotion of tourism and conventions; definitions.
12-1693 Same; tax levy by city or county; basis of tax; payment
and collection; requirements prior to levy; election; reduction or increase in
rate.
12-1694 Same; collection, payment and disposition of transient
guest tax; administration by secretary of revenue; rules and regulations;
monthly reports.
12-1694a Same; establishment of transient guest tax refund fund;
maintenance by secretary of revenue.
12-1694b Same; interest and penalties for failure to pay or
untimely payment of transient guest tax.
12-1695 Convention and tourism committee; appointment; terms;
contracts for programs.
12-1696 Promotion of tourism and conventions; definitions.
12-1697 Same; tax levy by city or county; basis of tax; payment
and collection; requirements prior to levy.
12-1698 Same; collection, payment and disposition of transient
guest tax; administration by secretary of revenue; rules and regulations;
monthly reports.
12-1698a Same; interest and penalties for failure to pay or
untimely payment of transient guest tax.
12-1699 Same; levy of tax prohibited, when.
12-16,100 Same; transient guest tax refund fund.
12-16,101 Convention and tourism committee; appointment; terms;
contracts and programs.
12-16,102 Employee benefits contribution fund in certain taxing
subdivisions; tax levy; use of proceeds; use of trust fund to hold and invest
postemployment benefits funds, management of trust fund.
12-16,103 Acquisition of fee title to realty; sale of realty;
record.
12-16,104 Release of easement; notice; fee.
12-16,105 Use of property no longer needed for school building in
McPherson, Kansas.
12-16,106 Human relations commission; enforcement and review of
orders.
12-16,107 Same; enforcement of subpoenas.
12-16,108 State grants or loans to municipalities; definitions.
12-16,109 Same; authority to borrow money for temporary financing of
service or improvement.
12-16,110 Same; general obligation of municipality; excluded from
debt limit.
12-16,111 Same; not subject to budget limitations.
12-16,112 Same; amount of bonds, if issued.
12-16,113 Accounting required of expenditures of transient guest
tax moneys.
Hide details for Article 17:  BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES AND GROUNDSArticle 17: BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES AND GROUNDS
12-1708 Use of utility building or equipment for governmental
purposes.
12-1708a Leasing of certain property for industrial development.
12-1708b Same; resolution; records.
12-1736 Acquisition or construction of public buildings; sites;
cooperating governmental units.
12-1737 Same; methods of financing authorized; issuance of bonds after
election; tax levy, use of proceeds; protest petition and election; investment
of fund; issuance of no-fund warrants.
12-1738 Lease of all or part of public building by city; terms;
building invested with historical or cultural value; building no longer
required for city purposes.
12-1739 Same; sale of building, when; disposition of moneys.
12-1739a Bonds and proceedings under 12-1736 et seq.
12-1740 Purpose of act; revenue bonds.
12-1740a Use of eminent domain power.
12-1741 Issuance of revenue bonds by cities; lease-purchase
agreements.
12-1741a Location of facilities; letter of intent, resolution of
intent or inducement resolution; approval required, when.
12-1741b Issuance of revenue bonds by counties; lease-purchase
agreements; location of facilities; letter of intent, resolution of intent or
inducement resolution, approval required, when.
12-1742 Conditions of leases and lease-purchase agreements; origination
fee; apportionment of payments in lieu of taxes; administrative costs.
12-1743 Same; obligations payable solely from rentals; bonds,
requirements.
12-1744 Same; pledge of facility and earnings.
12-1744a Issuance of revenue bonds; statements filed with state court of
tax appeals, contents; filing fee; annual informational report required.
12-1744b Same; findings by state board of tax appeals; filing.
12-1744c Same; certification of issuance and verification by bond
counsel.
12-1744d Same; failure to file notice; ouster of members of governing
body.
12-1744e Same; notice of intent to enter lease-purchase agreement
with retailer to be published in paper; inducement resolution on file.
12-1745 Same; amount of revenue bonds.
12-1746 Same; bonds and income therefrom exempt from taxation.
12-1747 Same; revenue bonds defined; recitals.
12-1748 Same; construction of act.
12-1749 Same; act supplemental.
12-1749a Issuance of refunding bonds; conditions and
restrictions.
12-1749b Issuance of revenue bonds; certain purposes prohibited.
12-1749c Same; notice to school districts.
12-1749d Same; cost and benefit analysis; hearing.
12-1750 Unsafe or dangerous structures; abandoned property; commercial real
estate; definitions.
12-1751 Same; powers of governing body.
12-1752 Same; notice and hearing.
12-1753 Same; findings; resolution; contents; notice.
12-1754 Same; duties of owner after removal of structure.
12-1755 Same; salvage, sale; assessment and collection of costs;
procedure.
12-1756 Same; immediate hazard; action to protect public; notice
not required; cost.
12-1756a Rehabilitation of abandoned property; petition for
possession; service of process; affirmative defense; rehabilitation plan; lease
of property.
12-1756b Same; annual report, contents.
12-1756c Same; procedure to obtain possession by owner; hearing.
12-1756d Same; organization's right to redeem.
12-1756e Same; petition for judicial deed; conditions.
12-1756f Organizations interested in rehabilitating abandoned
property.
12-1756g Occupation of rehabilitated house by purchaser.
12-1757 Public building commission; authorized; municipal
corporation.
12-1758 Same; creation of commission; acquisition of sites and facilities;
pledge of revenue.
12-1759 Same; ordinance or resolution specifications.
12-1760 Same; powers of commission.
12-1761 Same; issuance of revenue bonds, purpose; refunding
bonds; election required in certain cities.
12-1762 Same; fixing of rates and charges.
12-1763 Same; rental of building space and other facilities;
exception.
12-1764 Acquisition of fee title to realty.
12-1764a Transfer of property owned by Topeka public building
commission to Shawnee county.
12-1765 Leases by political subdivisions, state departments
within county or boards of county commissioners.
12-1766 Same; use of certain building levy to prepay rent.
12-1767 Same; revenue bonds issued by a city; resolution; protest
petition; election.
12-1767b Same; revenue bonds issued by a county; resolution;
protest petition; election.
12-1768 Same; invalidity of part.
12-1770a Definitions.
12-1770a Definitions.
12-1771 Procedure for establishing redevelopment district or
bioscience development district; hearings; notice to landowners; modification
of district boundaries.
12-1771a Environmentally contaminated areas; financing of
investigation and remediation; tax increment bonds.
12-1771b Redevelopment district containing an auto race track
facility; procedure for establishing; bond issuance limitations; revenue
redirected upon collections sufficient to satisfy bond obligation.
12-1771e Flood-plain condition redevelopment district; financing
of investigation and remediation of flooding; tax increments, procedures and
requirements.
12-1772 Procedure for establishing a redevelopment project or
bioscience development project; project plan; hearing; posthearing changes.
12-1773 Acquisition of property; eminent domain, procedure;
transfer by developer subject to approval by governing body.
12-1774 Special obligation bonds and full faith and credit tax increment
bonds; procedure for issuance; limitations; payment; exempt from taxation;
refunding of bonds; loans from transportation revolving fund.
12-1774a Default; payment from public funds, when.
12-1775 Taxing subdivision and real property taxes defined;
assessment and distribution of taxes; pledge of proceeds of bonds.
12-1775a Tax increment financing revenue replacement fund created;
transfers, calculation of amount.
12-1776 Transmittal of documents to county and school district;
increase in valuation not considered for certain purposes; certification of
increased valuation.
12-1776a School districts; base year assessed valuation.
12-1777 Relocation assistance plan.
12-1778 Object of taxes levied within redevelopment district.
12-1779 Issuance of industrial revenue bonds in redevelopment
district.
12-1780 Severability.
12-1780a Application of act.
12-1780g Application of act, by ordinance.
12-1781 Citation of act.
12-1782 Business improvement districts; definitions.
12-1783 Same; authorization; purpose.
12-1784 Same; services.
12-1785 Same; appointment of planning committee; report.
12-1786 Same; resolution.
12-1787 Same; notice; hearing.
12-1788 Same; creation of district by ordinance.
12-1789 Same; protest petition to repeal ordinance; dissolution
of district.
12-1790 Same; advisory board; duties.
12-1791 Same; levy of service fees; classification of businesses;
factors to consider.
12-1792 Same; special fund.
12-1793 Same; modification of included area; notice, hearing.
12-1794 Citation of act.
12-1795 Self-supported municipal improvement district;
definitions.
12-1796 Same; establishment of district; petition, when; overall
plan; hearing; resolution; notice; protest; governing body of the district.
12-1797 Same; appeal, when.
12-1798 Same; amendment to ordinance; effect; protest petition.
12-1799 Same; dissolution of district, when; withdrawal of
dissolution, when.
12-17,101a Same; hearing required before contract let or
improvement authorized; notice.
12-17,102 Same; advisory board; report; consultation with
planning commission; tax levy.
12-17,103 Same; bonds; source of revenue to pay bonds; petition
and election, when; effect of dissolution.
12-17,104 Same; acquisition of property by gift, purchase,
exchange or eminent domain; procedure.
12-17,105 Same; establishment of funds.
12-17,106 Same; severability.
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12-4501 Plea of not guilty; trial; time; continuance.
12-4502 Trial.
12-4503 Same; order of presentation.
12-4504 Evidence.
12-4505 Amendments to complaint.
12-4506 Joinder of two or more accused persons.
12-4507 Judgment.
12-4508 Same; docket.
12-4509 Sentence; possible disposition.
12-4510 Same; imprisonment; fine.
12-4511 Parole.
12-4512 Judgment set aside, when.
12-4513 Correction of errors.
12-4516 Expungement of certain convictions, arrest records and diversion
agreements.
12-4516a Expungement of city ordinance violations; disclosure limited upon
filing of petition.
12-4516e Expungement of certain convictions, arrest records and diversion
agreements.
12-4517 Conviction of ordinances comparable to class A or B misdemeanor,
assault or certain alcohol related offenses; fingerprinting; costs.
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Hide details for Article 75:  CORPORATE FILINGS, REPORTS AND FEESArticle 75: CORPORATE FILINGS, REPORTS AND FEES
17-7512 Exemptions from annual reports and annual report fees.
17-7514 Copies of applications for extension of time for filing
income tax returns submitted to secretary of state; confidentiality.
Hide details for Article 76:  LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIESArticle 76: LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES
17-7662 Citation of act.
17-7663 Definitions.
17-7664 Name of limited liability company.
17-7666 Registered office; resident agent.
17-7667 Service of process or service of any notice or demand.
17-7668 Nature of business permitted; powers.
17-7669 Business transactions of member or manager with the
limited liability company.
17-7670 Indemnification.
17-7671 Contested matters relating to manager; contested votes.
17-7672 Interpretation and enforcement of operating agreement.
17-7673 Articles of organization; procedure for amendment; professional
limited liability companies, certificate by licensing body.
17-7673a Articles of organization.
17-7674 Same; amendments.
17-7674a Same; amendments.
17-7675 Articles of organization; cancellation; certificates of
cancellation and correction.
17-7676 Execution; power of attorney.
17-7677 Execution by judicial order.
17-7677a Execution by judicial order.
17-7678 Filing requirements; fees.
17-7679 Notice.
17-7680 Restated articles of organization.
17-7681 Merger or consolidation.
17-7682 Contractual appraisal rights.
17-7683 Certificate of correction.
17-7686 Admission of members.
17-7687 Classes; voting; meetings of members; amendment of operating
agreement.
17-7688 Liability to third parties.
17-7689 Events; ceasing membership of a limited liability company.
17-7690 Access to and confidentiality of information; records; action to
enforce rights; restriction of rights.
17-7691 Remedies for breach of operating agreement by member.
17-7692 Admission of managers.
17-7693 Management of limited liability company.
17-7694 Contributions by a manager.
17-7695 Classes and voting; meetings of managers.
17-7696 Remedies for breach of operating agreement by manager.
17-7697 Reliance on reports and information by member, manager or
liquidating trustee.
17-7698 Delegation of rights and powers to manage.
17-7699 Form of contribution.
17-76,100 Liability for contribution.
17-76,101 Allocation of profits and losses.
17-76,102 Allocation of distributions.
17-76,103 Defense of usury not available.
17-76,104 Interim distributions.
17-76,105 Resignation of manager.
17-76,106 Resignation of member.
17-76,107 Distribution upon resignation.
17-76,108 Distribution in kind.
17-76,109 Right to distribution.
17-76,110 Limitations on distribution.
17-76,111 Nature of limited liability company interest.
17-76,112 Assignment of limited liability company interest.
17-76,113 Rights of judgment creditor; charging orders.
17-76,114 Right of assignee to become member.
17-76,115 Powers of estate of deceased or incompetent member.
17-76,116 Dissolution.
17-76,117 Involuntary dissolution.
17-76,118 Winding up.
17-76,119 Distribution of assets.
17-76,121 Registration required of foreign limited liability companies;
application.
17-76,121a Activities which do not constitute doing business for a foreign
limited liability company.
17-76,122 Same; certification of registration application.
17-76,123 Same; similar name requirements; registered office and resident
agent; charge.
17-76,124 Same; corrections to application for registration.
17-76,125 Foreign limited liability company; cancellation of registration,
requirements.
17-76,126 Same; maintenance of action or suit by foreign limited liability
company not registered; effect of failure to register.
17-76,127 Same; injunction against foreign limited liability company which
has not registered.
17-76,128 Execution; liability.
17-76,129 Service of process; venue.
17-76,130 Right to bring action by a member or an assignee.
17-76,131 Proper plaintiff in a derivative action.
17-76,132 Petition.
17-76,133 Expenses.
17-76,134 Construction and application of act and operating agreement.
17-76,135 Cases not provided for in this act.
17-76,136 Fees for documents or services of secretary of state.
17-76,137 Reserved power of state to alter or repeal act.
17-76,138 Taxation of limited liability companies.
17-76,139 Limited liability company; annual report; annual report fee;
copies of applications of extension of time to file income tax returns with
secretary of state, confidentiality.
17-76,140 Effective date.
17-76,141 Severability clause.
17-76,143 Series limited liability company.
17-76,144 Certification of cancellation; court appointments; powers of
trustees or receivers.
17-76,145 Procedure preventing dissolution or winding up;
exception.
17-76,146 Reinstatement of canceled or forfeited articles of organization
or authority to do business.
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Hide details for Article 9:  CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC MORALS AND DECENCYArticle 9: CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC MORALS AND DECENCY
21-922 City ordinances for suppression of gambling places.
Hide details for Article 12:  ANIMALS AND NUISANCESArticle 12: ANIMALS AND NUISANCES
21-1213 Unlawful sale, purchase or injection of certain animal
vaccines.
21-1214 Same; penalties.
Hide details for Article 18:  PRIZE FIGHTS AND WRESTLING MATCHESArticle 18: PRIZE FIGHTS AND WRESTLING MATCHES
21-1801 Prohibition of prize fighting and wrestling matches;
exceptions; penalties.
21-1802 Procedure upon arrest of person about to commit offense;
inquiry; bond of accused.
21-1803 Duty of officers when offense about to be committed under
21-1801; penalty for failure.
Hide details for Article 25:  IDENTIFICATION AND DETECTION OF CRIMES AND CRIMINALSArticle 25: IDENTIFICATION AND DETECTION OF CRIMES AND CRIMINALS
21-2501 Fingerprinting and palm printing of suspects; disposition
of impressions.
21-2501a Maintenance of records of felony and misdemeanor
offenses by law enforcement agencies; reporting of meth lab seizures or dump
sites, theft of anhydrous ammonia; reports to bureau of investigation; form.
21-2502 University of Kansas and state departments to assist law
enforcement officers and coroners.
21-2503 Fingerprint records admissible in evidence.
21-2504 Attorney general may call upon designated officers for
information; forms.
21-2505 Same; nonperformance of duties; penalty.
21-2506 Same; construction of act.
21-2511 Collection of biological samples, fingerprints and other
identifiers from certain persons; Kansas bureau of investigation, powers and
duties; expungement of sample and profile record; failure to provide sample,
penalties; other unlawful acts.
21-2512 Forensic DNA testing; limits thereof.
Hide details for Article 28:  TRADING STAMPSArticle 28: TRADING STAMPS
21-2801 Trading stamps or similar devices redeemable in
merchandise or other thing of value prohibited.
21-2802 Trading stamps or similar devices redeemable in cash or
other thing of value prohibited.
21-2803 Trading stamp act inapplicable to certain coupons and
similar devices.
21-2804 Penalties.
21-2804a Same; penalties for violations of 21-2801, 21-2802.
21-2805 Invalidity of part.
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21-5101 Title.
21-5102 Crimes defined; classes of crimes.
21-5103 Scope and application.
21-5104 Severability; invalidity of part of code.
21-5105 Civil remedies preserved.
21-5106 Jurisdictional application.
21-5107 Time limitations for commencement of prosecution.
21-5108 Burden of proof; defendant presumed innocent.
21-5109 Multiple prosecutions for same act; lesser included crimes.
21-5110 Effect of former prosecution.
21-5111 Definitions.
Hide details for Article 52:  PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LIABILITYArticle 52: PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LIABILITY
21-5201 Requirements of voluntary act or omission.
21-5202 Culpable mental state; definition of intentionally, knowingly,
recklessly.
21-5203 Guilt without culpable mental state, when.
21-5204 Culpable mental state; exclusions.
21-5205 Intoxication.
21-5206 Compulsion.
21-5207 Ignorance or mistake.
21-5208 Entrapment.
21-5209 Defense of lack of mental state.
21-5210 Liability for crimes of another.
21-5211 Corporations; criminal responsibility.
21-5212 Individual liability for corporate crime.
21-5220 Use of force; construction and application.
21-5221 Use of force; definitions.
21-5222 Same; defense of a person; no duty to retreat.
21-5223 Same; defense of dwelling, place of work or occupied vehicle; no duty
to retreat.
21-5224 Use of force; presumptions.
21-5225 Same; defense of property other than a dwelling, place of work or
occupied vehicle.
21-5226 Same; by an aggressor.
21-5227 Same; law enforcement officer making arrest.
21-5228 Same; private person making arrest.
21-5229 Same; resisting arrest.
21-5230 Same; no duty to retreat.
21-5231 Same; immunity from prosecution or liability; investigation.
Hide details for Article 53:  ANTICIPATORY CRIMESArticle 53: ANTICIPATORY CRIMES
21-5301 Attempt.
21-5302 Conspiracy.
21-5303 Criminal solicitation.
Hide details for Article 54:  CRIMES AGAINST PERSONSArticle 54: CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS
21-5401 Capital murder.
21-5402 Murder in the first degree.
21-5403 Murder in the second degree.
21-5404 Voluntary manslaughter.
21-5405 Involuntary manslaughter.
21-5406 Vehicular homicide.
21-5407 Assisting suicide.
21-5408 Kidnapping; aggravated kidnapping.
21-5409 Interference with parental custody; aggravated interference with
parental custody.
21-5410 Interference with custody of a committed person.
21-5411 Criminal restraint.
21-5412 Assault; aggravated assault; assault of a law enforcement officer;
aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer.
21-5413 Battery; aggravated battery; battery against certain persons;
aggravated battery against certain persons.
21-5414 Domestic battery.
21-5415 Criminal threat; aggravated criminal threat.
21-5416 Mistreatment of a confined person.
21-5417 Mistreatment of a dependent adult; mistreatment of an elder
person.
21-5418 Hazing.
21-5419 Application of certain crimes to an unborn child.
21-5420 Robbery; aggravated robbery.
21-5421 Terrorism.
21-5422 Illegal use of weapons of mass destruction.
21-5423 Furtherance of terrorism or illegal use of weapons of mass
destruction.
21-5424 Exposing another to a life threatening communicable disease.
21-5425 Unlawful administration of a substance.
21-5426 Human trafficking; aggravated human trafficking.
21-5427 Stalking.
21-5428 Blackmail.
21-5429 Endangerment.
21-5430 Distribution of a controlled substance causing great bodily harm or
death.
21-5431 Female genital mutilation.
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21-5501 Definitions.
21-5502 Evidence of complaining witness' previous sexual conduct in
prosecutions for certain offenses; motions; notice.
21-5503 Rape.
21-5504 Criminal sodomy; aggravated criminal sodomy.
21-5505 Sexual battery; aggravated sexual battery.
21-5506 Indecent liberties with a child; aggravated indecent liberties with a
child.
21-5507 Unlawful voluntary sexual relations.
21-5508 Indecent solicitation of a child; aggravated indecent solicitation of
a child.
21-5509 Electronic solicitation.
21-5510 Sexual exploitation of a child.
21-5511 Adultery.
21-5512 Unlawful sexual relations.
21-5513 Lewd and lascivious behavior.
Hide details for Article 56:  CRIMES AFFECTING FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS AND CHILDRENArticle 56: CRIMES AFFECTING FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS AND CHILDREN
21-5601 Endangering a child; aggravated endangering a child.
21-5602 Abuse of a child.
21-5603 Contributing to a child's misconduct or deprivation.
21-5604 Incest; aggravated incest.
21-5605 Abandonment of a child; aggravated abandonment of a child.
21-5606 Criminal nonsupport.
21-5607 Furnishing alcoholic liquor or cereal malt beverage to a minor;
furnishing alcoholic beverage to a minor for illicit purposes.
21-5608 Unlawfully hosting minors consuming alcoholic liquor or cereal malt
beverage.
21-5609 Bigamy.
21-5610 Unlawful possession of a visual depiction of a child.
21-5611 Unlawful transmission of a visual depiction of a child.
Hide details for Article 57:  CRIMES INVOLVING CONTROLLED SUBSTANCESArticle 57: CRIMES INVOLVING CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
21-5701 Definitions.
21-5702 Effective date; scope of act.
21-5703 Unlawful manufacturing of controlled substances.
21-5704 Same; costs and expenses.
21-5705 Unlawful cultivation or distribution of controlled substances.
21-5706 Unlawful possession of controlled substances.
21-5707 Unlawful manufacture, distribution, cultivation or possession of
controlled substances using a communication facility.
21-5708 Unlawfully obtaining or selling a prescription-only drug.
21-5709 Unlawful possession of certain drug precursors and drug
paraphernalia.
21-5710 Unlawful distribution of certain drug precursors and drug
paraphernalia.
21-5711 Factors to consider when determining what is drug paraphernalia.
21-5712 Unlawful abuse of toxic vapors.
21-5713 Unlawful distribution or possession of a simulated controlled
substance.
21-5714 Unlawful representation that noncontrolled substance is controlled
substance.
21-5715 Treatment of a controlled substance analog.
21-5716 Unlawful acts involving proceeds derived from violations of 21-5701
through 21-5717.
21-5717 Uniformity of act.
Hide details for Article 58:  CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTYArticle 58: CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY
21-5801 Theft.
21-5802 Theft of property lost, mislaid or delivered by mistake.
21-5803 Criminal deprivation of property.
21-5804 Prima facie evidence of intent to permanently deprive owner or
lessor of possession, use or benefit of property.
21-5805 Unlawful acts involving theft detection shielding devices.
21-5806 Unlawful use of recordings.
21-5807 Burglary; aggravated burglary.
21-5808 Criminal trespass.
21-5809 Trespassing on railroad property.
21-5810 Criminal hunting.
21-5811 Commercial fossil hunting.
21-5812 Arson; aggravated arson.
21-5813 Criminal damage to property; aggravated criminal damage to
property.
21-5814 Criminal use of an explosive.
21-5815 Criminal littering.
21-5816 Tampering with a landmark.
21-5817 Tampering with a traffic signal; aggravated tampering with a traffic
signal.
21-5818 Tampering with a pipeline.
21-5819 Throwing or otherwise casting objects onto street, highway or
railroad right-of-way or railroad property.
21-5820 Unlawful posting of political pictures and political advertisements.
21-5821 Giving a worthless check.
21-5822 Causing an unlawful prosecution for giving a worthless check.
21-5823 Forgery.
21-5824 Making false information.
21-5825 Counterfeiting.
21-5826 Destroying a written instrument.
21-5827 Altering a legislative document.
21-5828 Criminal use of a financial card.
21-5829 Unlawful manufacture or disposal of false tokens.
21-5830 Impairing a security interest.
21-5831 Warehouse receipt fraud.
21-5832 Unauthorized delivery of stored goods.
21-5833 Automobile master key violation.
21-5834 Sale of recut or regrooved tires.
21-5835 Unlawful acts concerning odometers.
21-5836 Unlawful acts concerning certificates of title.
21-5837 Adding dockage or foreign material to grain.
21-5838 Conducting a pyramid promotional scheme.
21-5839 Unlawful acts concerning computers.
Hide details for Article 59:  CRIMES AFFECTING GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONSArticle 59: CRIMES AFFECTING GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONS
21-5901 Treason.
21-5902 Sedition.
21-5903 Perjury.
21-5904 Interference with law enforcement.
21-5905 Interference with the judicial process.
21-5906 Criminal disclosure of a warrant.
21-5907 Simulating legal process.
21-5908 Witness or victim intimidation; definitions.
21-5909 Intimidation of a witness or victim; aggravated intimidation of a
witness or victim.
21-5910 Civil remedies; court orders authorized; penalties; petrial release.
21-5911 Escape from custody; aggravated escape from custody.
21-5912 Aiding escape.
21-5913 Obstructing apprehension or prosecution.
21-5914 Traffic in contraband in a correctional institution or care and
treatment facility.
21-5915 Failure to appear; aggravated failure to appear.
21-5916 False signing of a petition.
21-5917 False impersonation; aggravated false impersonation.
21-5918 Dealing in false identification documents; vital records identity
fraud.
21-5919 Performance of an unauthorized official act.
21-5920 Tampering with a public record.
21-5921 Tampering with public notice.
21-5922 Interference with the conduct of public business in public buildings;
aggravated interference with the conduct of public business.
21-5923 Unlawful disclosure of authorized interception of wire, oral or
electronic communications.
21-5924 Violation of a protective order; extended protective orders;
penalties.
21-5925 Kansas medicaid fraud control act; citation.
21-5926 Definitions.
21-5927 Making false claim, statement or representation to the medicaid
program.
21-5928 Unlawful acts relating to the medicaid program.
21-5929 Obstruction of a medicaid fraud investigation.
21-5930 Failure to maintain adequate records.
21-5931 Destruction or concealment of records.
21-5932 Defense of actions.
21-5933 Penalties; medicaid fraud reimbursement fund; medicaid fraud
prosecution revolving fund.
21-5934 Other remedies available as provided by law.
21-5935 Failure to register an aircraft.
21-5936 Fraudulent aircraft registration.
21-5937 Fraudulent acts relating to aircraft identification numbers.
21-5938 Failure to report disappearance or death of child; penalties.
Hide details for Article 60:  CRIMES AFFECTING PUBLIC TRUSTSArticle 60: CRIMES AFFECTING PUBLIC TRUSTS
21-6001 Bribery.
21-6002 Official misconduct.
21-6003 Compensation for past official acts.
21-6004 Presenting a false claim; permitting a false claim.
21-6005 Misuse of public funds.
21-6006 Unlawful use of state postage; imprinting of warning on mail.
Hide details for Article 61:  CRIMES INVOLVING VIOLATIONS OF PERSONAL RIGHTSArticle 61: CRIMES INVOLVING VIOLATIONS OF PERSONAL RIGHTS
21-6101 Breach of privacy.
21-6102 Denial of civil rights.
21-6103 Criminal false communication.
21-6104 Unlawful disclosure of tax information.
21-6105 Unjustifiably exposing a convicted or charged person.
21-6106 Unlawful public demonstration at a funeral.
21-6107 Identity theft; identity fraud.
21-6108 Unlawful possession of scanning device or reencoder.
21-6109 Kansas indoor clean air act; smoking in enclosed areas or public
meetings; definitions.
21-6110 Smoking in public places, public meetings and other places
prohibited; smoke-free workplace, employer written policy; exceptions, smoking
permitted.
21-6111 Posting smoking prohibited signs.
21-6112 Unlawful acts; penalties; retaliatory discharge prohibited.
21-6113 Rules and regulations to assure exemptions from smoking ban are
bona fide.
21-6114 Same; local regulation of smoking.
21-6115 Citation of Kansas indoor clean air act.
21-6116 Same; severability.
Hide details for Article 62:  CRIMES AGAINST THE PUBLIC PEACEArticle 62: CRIMES AGAINST THE PUBLIC PEACE
21-6201 Riot; incitement to riot.
21-6202 Unlawful assembly; remaining at an unlawful assembly.
21-6203 Disorderly conduct.
21-6204 Maintaining a public nuisance; permitting a public nuisance; reports.
21-6205 Criminal desecration.
21-6206 Harassment by telecommunication device.
21-6207 Giving a false alarm.
Hide details for Article 63:  CRIMES AGAINST THE PUBLIC SAFETYArticle 63: CRIMES AGAINST THE PUBLIC SAFETY
21-6301 Criminal use of weapons.
21-6302 Criminal carrying of a weapon.
21-6303 Criminal distribution of firearms to a felon.
21-6304 Criminal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
21-6305 Aggravated weapons violation by a convicted felon.
21-6306 Defacing identification marks of a firearm.
21-6308 Criminal discharge of a firearm.
21-6308a Unlawful discharge of a firearm in a city.
21-6309 Unlawful possession of firearms on certain government property.
21-6310 Unlawful endangerment.
21-6311 Failure to register explosives.
21-6312 Criminal possession of explosives; criminal disposal of explosives;
carrying concealed explosives.
21-6313 Criminal street gangs; definitions.
21-6314 Recruiting criminal street gang membership.
21-6315 Criminal street gang intimidation.
21-6316 Criminal street gang member; bail; exceptions.
21-6317 Endangering the food supply; aggravated endangering the food supply.
21-6318 Creating a hazard.
21-6319 Unlawful failure to report a wound.
21-6320 Selling beverage containers with detachable tabs.
21-6321 Unlawful act concerning alcohol without liquid machine.
21-6322 Unlawfully tampering with electronic monitoring equipment.
21-6323 Refusal to yield a telephone party line.
21-6324 Unlawful possession or use of a traffic control signal preemption
device.
21-6325 Unlawful interference with a firefighter.
21-6326 Unlawful interference with an emergency medical services attendant.
21-6327 Kansas racketeer influenced and corrupt organization act.
21-6328 Same; definitions.
21-6329 Same; unlawful activities; penalty.
21-6330 Same; appropriate orders and judgments by district courts; civil
forfeiture.
21-6331 Same; certain attorneys authorized to administer oaths and issue
subpoenas; contempt of court.
21-6332 Possession of a firearm under the influence.
Hide details for Article 64:  CRIMES AGAINST THE PUBLIC MORALSArticle 64: CRIMES AGAINST THE PUBLIC MORALS
21-6401 Promoting obscenity; promoting obscenity to minors.
21-6402 Promotion to minors of material harmful to minors.
21-6403 Gambling; definitions.
21-6404 Gambling.
21-6405 Illegal bingo operation.
21-6406 Commercial gambling.
21-6407 Dealing in gambling devices.
21-6408 Unlawful Possession of a gambling device.
21-6409 Installing communication facilities for gamblers.
21-6410 False Membership Claim.
21-6411 Unlawful acts concerning animals; definitions.
21-6412 Cruelty to animals.
21-6413 Unlawful disposition of animals.
21-6414 Unlawful conduct of dog fighting; unlawful attendance of dog
fighting; unlawful possession of dog fighting paraphernalia.
21-6415 Illegal ownership or keeping of an animal.
21-6416 Harming or killing certain dogs.
21-6417 Unlawful conduct of cockfighting; unlawful attendance of
cockfighting; unlawful possession of cockfighting paraphernalia.
21-6418 Permitting a dangerous animal to be at large.
21-6419 Selling sexual relations.
21-6420 Promoting the sale of sexual relations.
21-6421 Buying sexual relations.
21-6422 Commercial sexual exploitation of a child.
21-6423 Violation of a consumer protection order.
Hide details for Article 65:  CRIMES AFFECTING BUSINESSArticle 65: CRIMES AFFECTING BUSINESS
21-6501 Extortion.
21-6502 Debt adjusting.
21-6503 Deceptive commercial practice.
21-6504 Equity skimming.
21-6505 Tie-in magazine sale.
21-6506 Commercial bribery.
21-6507 Sports bribery.
21-6508 Tampering with a sports contest.
21-6509 Knowingly employing an alien illegally within the territory of the
United States.
Hide details for Article 66:  CLASSIFICATION OF CRIMES AND PENALTIESArticle 66: CLASSIFICATION OF CRIMES AND PENALTIES
21-6601 Construction.
21-6602 Classification of misdemeanors and terms of confinement; possible
disposition.
21-6603 Definitions.
21-6604 Authorized dispositions; crimes committed on or after July 1,
1993.
21-6605 Custody of persons sentenced to confinement; notice of modification
of sentence.
21-6606 Multiple sentences; defendant subject to or under sentence in
federal court or court of another state.
21-6607 Conditions of probation or suspended sentence; correctional
supervision fee; correctional supervision fund; searches; drug testing; written
reports.
21-6608 Period of suspension of sentence, probation or assignment to
community corrections; parole of misdemeanant; duration of probation in felony
cases, modification or extension.
21-6609 House arrest program; eligibility; methods; notice to law enforcement
officers; administration.
21-6610 Transfer of supervision of person paroled, on probation, assigned to
community corrections or under suspended sentence.
21-6611 Fines; crimes committed on or after July 1, 1993.
21-6612 Criteria for imposing fines.
21-6613 Rights of imprisoned persons; restoration.
21-6614 Expungement of certain convictions, arrest records and diversion
agreements.
21-6614g Expungement of certain convictions, arrest records and diversion
agreements.
21-6614h Expungement of certain convictions, arrest records and diversion
agreements.
21-6615 Deduction of time spent in confinement, residential facility,
conservation camp or community correctional residential services program.
21-6616 Parole from sentence imposed by district magistrate judge.
21-6617 Persons convicted of capital murder; proceeding to determine if
person shall be sentenced to death; notice; trial judge; jury; imprisonment for
life without the possibility of parole.
21-6618 Same; sentencing.
21-6619 Same; automatic review by and appeal to supreme court.
21-6620 Sentencing of certain persons to mandatory minimum term of
imprisonment of 25, 40 or 50 years or life without the possibility of parole;
determination; evidence presented.
21-6621 Sentencing of certain persons to mandatory term of imprisonment of 40
years; juveniles prosecuted as adults.
21-6622 Sentencing for capital murder and mandatory terms of imprisonment;
determination if defendant is a person with intellectual disability.
21-6623 Imposition of sentence of mandatory imprisonment of 40 or 50 years.
21-6624 Aggravating circumstances.
21-6625 Mitigating circumstances.
21-6626 Aggravated habitual sex offender; sentence to imprisonment for life
without the possibility of parole.
21-6627 Mandatory term of imprisonment of 25 or 40 years for certain
offenders; exceptions.
21-6628 Provisions of certain sentencing rules held unconstitutional;
modification of sentence previously determined.
21-6629 Application of prior law and current law.
21-6630 Sentencing of certain veterans; mental health treatment; drug abuse
treatment.
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21-6701 Classes of felonies and terms of imprisonment; crimes committed prior
to July 1, 1993.
21-6702 Authorized disposition; crimes committed prior to July 1, 1993.
21-6703 Presentence investigation and report.
21-6704 Availability of reports to counsel; exception.
21-6705 Criteria for fixing minimum terms.
21-6706 Conviction of second and subsequent felonies; exceptions.
21-6707 Mandatory imprisonment for crimes involving firearms.
21-6708 Presumptive sentence of probation for certain class D or E
felons.
21-6709 Presumptive sentence of assignment to community correctional services
program for certain class D or E felons; aggravating circumstances to be
considered.
21-6710 Fines; crimes committed prior to July 1, 1993.
21-6711 Defendants sentenced to custody of secretary of corrections; judgment
form and contents; diagnostic reports to accompany defendant.
21-6712 Order transferring custody to corrections.
Hide details for Article 68:  REVISED SENTENCING GUIDELINESArticle 68: REVISED SENTENCING GUIDELINES
21-6801 Citation of article.
21-6802 Basis for applying sentencing guidelines and prosecuting standards;
sentencing court to consider alternatives determining appropriate sentence;
determination of time when crime committed; law applicable.
21-6803 Definitions.
21-6804 Sentencing grid for nondrug crimes; authority and responsibility of
sentencing court; presumptive disposition.
21-6805 Sentencing grid for drug crimes; authority and responsibility of
sentencing court; presumptive disposition.
21-6806 Sentences of imprisonment, good time; pronouncement of sentence in
felony cases; off-grid crimes.
21-6807 Crime severity scale for nondrug crimes, application to specific
crimes; ranking offenses, provision; unranked offenses; unclassified felonies;
prior convictions discovered after the plea.
21-6808 Crime severity scale for drug crimes, application; presumptive
sentences.
21-6809 Criminal history categories in criminal history scale.
21-6810 Criminal history categories, basis; determination of offenders
classification; decay factors; prior convictions.
21-6811 Determination of offender’s criminal history classification in
presumptive sentencing guidelines grids.
21-6811b Determination of offender's criminal history; severability.
21-6812 Actions which prosecutors may take under agreements with defendants
for plea; exceptions relating to prior convictions.
21-6813 Presentence investigation report; information included; part of court
record; confidential information, disclosure to certain parties; report format
(a) The court shall order the preparation of the presentence investigation
report by the court services officer as soon as possible after conviction of
the defendant.
21-6814 Offender's criminal history; admission in court or determined by
judge; burden of proof; notice of error by offender.
21-6815 Imposition of presumptive sentence; jury requirements; departure
sentencing; substantial and compelling reasons for departure; mitigating and
aggravating factors.
21-6816 Departure sentencing for drug crimes; finding substantial and
compelling reasons for departure; aggravating factors considered in determining
if reasons exist.
21-6817 Departure sentencing; hearing; notice; findings of fact and
conclusions of law; order; upward durational departure sentencing; procedures
and jury requirements.
21-6818 Departure sentencing; limitations.
21-6819 Sentencing in multiple conviction cases; discretion of judge to
impose concurrent or consecutive sentences; requirements applicable; departure
sentencing based on aggravating factors.
21-6820 Departure sentence subject to appeal; confinement or release of
defendant pending review; scope of review; action by court; written opinion,
when; summary disposition; correction of arithmetic or clerical errors.
21-6821 Good time and program credits; calculation; forfeiture; rules and
regulations of secretary; liability.
21-6822 Sentencing guidelines; changes in; duties of sentencing commission
and secretary of corrections; submission to legislature.
21-6823 Costs and expenses associated with postconviction sanctions for
felony convictions.
21-6824 Nonprison sanction; certified drug abuse treatment programs;
assessment; supervision by community corrections or court services; discharge
from program; exceptions to placement in program.
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Hide details for Article 21:  TITLE AND SCOPEArticle 21: TITLE AND SCOPE
22-2101 Title.
22-2102 Scope.
22-2103 Purpose and construction.
22-2104 Prosecutions in the name of state.
Hide details for Article 22:  GENERAL DEFINITIONSArticle 22: GENERAL DEFINITIONS
22-2201 Interpretation of words and phrases.
22-2202 Definitions.
Hide details for Article 23:  PRELIMINARY PROCEEDINGSArticle 23: PRELIMINARY PROCEEDINGS
22-2301 Commencement of prosecution.
22-2302 Issuance of warrant or summons; availability of affidavits and
testimony in support of probable cause requirement.
22-2303 Prosecution begun by filing indictment or information;
issuance of warrant; summons.
22-2305 Execution or service and return of warrant or summons.
22-2306 Defective warrant.
22-2307 Domestic violence calls; written policies to be adopted by law
enforcement agencies; contents.
22-2308 Same; liability.
22-2309 Prosecution of crimes related to domestic violence;
written policies adopted by prosecuting attorneys; contents.
22-2310 Stalking allegations; written policies to be adopted by law
enforcement agencies; contents; liability.
22-2311 Prosecution of crimes relating to stalking; written
policies to be adopted by prosecuting attorneys; contents.
Hide details for Article 24:  ARRESTArticle 24: ARREST
22-2401 Arrest by law enforcement officer.
22-2401a Jurisdiction; law enforcement officers; tribal law enforcement
agency, liability insurance required, when; university police officers; TAG and
horsethief reservoir benefit district law enforcement officers.
22-2402 Stopping of suspect.
22-2403 Arrest by private person.
22-2404 Arrest by law enforcement officer from another
jurisdiction.
22-2405 Method of arrest.
22-2406 Release by officer of person arrested.
22-2407 Assisting law enforcement officer.
22-2408 Notice to appear.
22-2409 Crimes committed by corporations.
22-2410 Expungement of arrest records; docket fee; disclosure limited upon
filing of petition.
22-2411 Arrest powers of federal law enforcement officers.
Hide details for Article 25:  SEARCH AND SEIZUREArticle 25: SEARCH AND SEIZURE
22-2502 Search warrants; issuance; proceedings authorized; availability of
affidavits and testimony in support of probable cause requirement; use of
electronic communications and tracking devices.
22-2503 Territorial and time limitations on execution of certain search
warrants.
22-2504 Issuance of search warrant.
22-2505 Persons authorized to execute search warrants.
22-2506 Execution of search warrants.
22-2507 Command of search warrant.
22-2508 Use of force in execution of search warrant.
22-2509 Detention and search of persons on premises.
22-2510 When search warrant may be executed.
22-2511 No warrant quashed for technicality.
22-2512 Custody and disposition of property seized.
22-2514 Authorized interception of wire, oral or electronic
communications; definitions.
22-2515 Same; order; application; crimes for which order may be issued;
disclosure and use of contents of wire, oral or electronic communications;
effect on privileged communications.
22-2516 Same; application for order, form and contents; issuance of order;
contents; duration; extension; recordation of intercepted communications;
custody of application and order, disclosure; inventory, notice to certain
persons; evidentiary status of intercepted communications; motion to suppress,
appeal.
22-2517 Unlawful interception of wire or oral communication;
evidentiary status of contents.
22-2518 Same; civil action for damages; defense available in
civil and criminal actions.
22-2519 Reports by judges and prosecutors to administrative
office of federal courts.
22-2520 Strip and body cavity searches; definitions.
22-2521 Same; strip searches; limitations; report.
22-2522 Same; body cavity searches; warrant; limitations.
22-2523 Same; liability for unlawful search.
22-2524 Same; prison and jail inmates, exceptions.
22-2525 Authorized installation or use of pen register or a trap
and trace device; order required, exception.
22-2526 Same; order, contents.
22-2527 Same; order; issuance; specifications required; duration;
extensions; disclosure.
22-2528 Same; responsibilities of and assistance to authorities
by provider, landlord, custodian or other person; compensation; immunity.
22-2529 Same; definitions.
22-2530 Copy of search warrant to property owner.
Hide details for Article 26:  JURISDICTION AND VENUEArticle 26: JURISDICTION AND VENUE
22-2601 Jurisdiction.
22-2602 Place of trial.
22-2603 Crime committed in more than one county.
22-2604 Crime committed on or near county boundary.
22-2605 Waters constituting county boundaries.
22-2606 Waters constituting state boundaries.
22-2607 Assisting another to commit crime or avoid prosecution.
22-2608 Crimes committed while in transit.
22-2609 Property taken in one county and brought into another.
22-2610 Property taken in other state and brought into this
state.
22-2611 Death and cause of death in different places.
22-2612 Crime commenced outside the state or by agent.
22-2613 Bigamy.
22-2614 Kidnapping.
22-2615 Failure to appear.