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§17D-4-6. Suspension to continue until judgments paid and proof given; effect of discharge in bankruptcy.

(a) Such license, registration and nonresident's operating privileges shall remain so suspended and shall not be renewed, nor shall any such license or registration be thereafter issued in the name of such person, including any person not previously licensed, unless and until every such judgment is stayed, satisfied in full or to the extent hereinafter provided subject to the exemptions stated in sections five and eight of this article.

(b) A discharge in bankruptcy following the rendering of any such judgment shall not relieve the judgment debtor from any of the requirements of this article.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > West-virginia > 17d > 17d-4-6

§17D-4-6. Suspension to continue until judgments paid and proof given; effect of discharge in bankruptcy.

(a) Such license, registration and nonresident's operating privileges shall remain so suspended and shall not be renewed, nor shall any such license or registration be thereafter issued in the name of such person, including any person not previously licensed, unless and until every such judgment is stayed, satisfied in full or to the extent hereinafter provided subject to the exemptions stated in sections five and eight of this article.

(b) A discharge in bankruptcy following the rendering of any such judgment shall not relieve the judgment debtor from any of the requirements of this article.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > West-virginia > 17d > 17d-4-6

§17D-4-6. Suspension to continue until judgments paid and proof given; effect of discharge in bankruptcy.

(a) Such license, registration and nonresident's operating privileges shall remain so suspended and shall not be renewed, nor shall any such license or registration be thereafter issued in the name of such person, including any person not previously licensed, unless and until every such judgment is stayed, satisfied in full or to the extent hereinafter provided subject to the exemptions stated in sections five and eight of this article.

(b) A discharge in bankruptcy following the rendering of any such judgment shall not relieve the judgment debtor from any of the requirements of this article.

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