Governor's Executive Order Abolishing the Motor Carrier Advisory Committee.
Issued: September 30, 1994
Whereas, by Executive Order, dated October 23, 1989, Governor Norman H. Bangerter established the Utah Division of Corporations and Commercial Code Advisory Board; and
Whereas, the purpose of that Executive Order was to provide a means for the Utah Division of Corporations and Commercial Code of the Department of Commerce to receive advice on enhancing Utah's business regulatory climate and on making Utah a favorable jurisdiction for business creation; and
Whereas, that Executive Order contained no sunset date, or expiration date; and
Whereas, since the date of that Executive Order, the purposes for which the Board was established have been fulfilled, in that the laws of Utah relating to corporate formation and regulation have changed to allow more benefits to businesses; and the Division has established other, more flexible means for soliciting advice from the business and legal community;
Now, Therefore, I, Michael O. Leavitt, Governor of the State of Utah, by the power vested in me by the Constitution of Utah and the laws thereof, do hereby repeal the Executive Order of October 23, 1989, declare that it is no longer in effect and the Division of Corporation and Commercial Code Advisory Board is abolished.
IN TESTIMONY, WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Utah this 30th day of September 1994.
Michael O. Leavitt
Olene S. Walker
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