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§ 162.4. Powers and duties of secretary

Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated StatutesTitle 10 P.S. Charities and Welfare

Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated Statutes
Title 10 P.S. Charities and Welfare (Refs & Annos)
Chapter 6. Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act (Refs & Annos)
10 P.S. § 162.4
§ 162.4. Powers and duties of secretary
The secretary shall have the following powers and duties to:
(1) Provide for and regulate the registration of charitable organizations, professional fundraising counselors and professional solicitors.
(2) Decide matters relating to the issuance, renewal, suspension or revocation of registrations.
(3) Promulgate, adopt and enforce the rules and regulations necessary to carry out this act.
(4) Promulgate regulations altering fees and fines established in this act sufficient to meet expenditures of the bureau.
(5) Take appropriate action to initiate any civil or criminal proceedings necessary to enforce this act, in accordance with the act of October 15, 1980 (P.L. 950, No. 164), known as the Commonwealth Attorneys Act.1
(6) Conduct hearings and make adjudications.
(7) Keep a record showing the names and addresses of all registered charitable organizations, professional fundraising counsel and professional solicitors.
(8) Submit annually, on or before September 30, to the Governor, to the State Government Committees of the House of Representatives and Senate, as well as to interested parties, a report on the number of registered charities, the number of charities ordered to cease and desist solicitation, the number of charities contracting with professional solicitors and the compensation of professional solicitors for each solicitation campaign in relation to the funds raised and administrative costs.
(9) Delegate to a division director of his office such powers and duties under this act as he may deem appropriate.
(10) Exercise all other authority accorded to him by this act.

Credits

1990, Dec. 19, P.L. 1200, No. 202, § 4, effective in 60 days.

Footnotes

71 P.S. § 732-101 et seq.
10 P.S. § 162.4, PA ST 10 P.S. § 162.4
Current through 2020 Regular Session Act 140. Some statute sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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