NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 451 of 1994
324.43525a Combination deer license.
(1) The department shall issue a combination deer license that authorizes an individual to hunt deer both during the firearm deer seasons and the bow and arrow seasons, in compliance with the rules established for the respective deer hunting season. A combination deer license shall authorize the holder to take 2 deer in compliance with orders issued under part 401.
(2) The fee for a resident combination deer license is the total of the resident firearm deer license fee plus the resident bow and arrow deer license fee. The fee for a nonresident combination deer license is the total of the nonresident firearm deer license fee plus the nonresident bow and arrow deer license fee. The fee for a combination deer license for a resident or nonresident minor child 10 years old or older shall be discounted 50% from the cost of the resident combination deer license.
(3) If advisable in managing deer, an order under part 401 may designate the kind of deer that may be taken and the geographic area in which any license issued under this section is valid.
(4) The department may issue kill tags with or as part of each combination deer license. Each kill tag shall bear the license number. A kill tag may also include space for other pertinent information required by the department. A kill tag, if issued, is part of the license and shall not be used more than 1 time.
(5) The combination deer license shall count as 2 licenses for the purposes of license fees under section 43536a and transmittal, deposit, and use of fees under sections 43554 and 43555.
(6) A senior citizen may obtain a senior combination deer license. The fee for a senior combination deer license shall be discounted at the same rate as provided in section 43535.
(7) Notwithstanding any other provision of this part, except for replacing lost or destroyed licenses, an individual shall not apply for, obtain, or purchase any combination of firearm deer licenses, bow and arrow deer licenses, and combination deer licenses that would authorize the taking of more than 2 deer.
History: Add. 1998, Act 291, Imd. Eff. July 28, 1998
Am. 2006, Act 280, Imd. Eff. July 10, 2006
Am. 2011, Act 120, Eff. Sept. 1, 2011
Popular Name: Act 451
Popular Name: NREPA
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