S.2865 - Fisheries Capital Construction Fund Enhancement Act of 2008

A bill to permit qualified withdrawals from a capital construction fund account under chapter 535 of title 46, United States Code, for gear or equipment required for fishery conservation or safety of life at sea without regard to the minimum cost requirement established by regulation. view all titles (2)

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  • Short: Fisheries Capital Construction Fund Enhancement Act of 2008 as introduced.
  • Official: A bill to permit qualified withdrawals from a capital construction fund account under chapter 535 of title 46, United States Code, for gear or equipment required for fishery conservation or safety of life at sea without regard to the minimum cost requirement established by regulation. as introduced.

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Fisheries Capital Construction Fund Enhancement Act of 2008 - Adds withdrawals for the acquisition of gear or equipment required for safety of life at sea or to comply with conservation measures within a fishery to the list of qualified withdrawals from a vessel capital construction fund. D

Official Summary

Fisheries Capital Construction Fund Enhancement Act of 2008 - Adds withdrawals for the acquisition of gear or equipment required for safety of life at sea or to comply with conservation measures within a fishery to the list of qualified withdrawals from a vessel capital construction fund. Declares that specified capital acquisition, construction, or reconstruction minimum cost requirements do not apply to withdrawals for such purposes.

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