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Section: Partial unconstitutionality

Statute: 17:16K-10

4. Each operator and any person or entity controlling an access area or defined parking area in operation after the effective date of this act shall provide: a. A minimum of 10 candlefoot power at the face of an unenclosed automated teller machine and extending in an unobstructed direction outward five feet. b. A minimum of two candlefoot power within 50 feet in all unobstructed directions from the face of the automated teller machine or the entrance of an automated teller machine facility. In the event any such automated teller machine or automated teller machine facility is located within 10 feet of the corner of the building in which it is located and the automated teller machine or automated teller machine facility is generally accessible from the adjacent side of such building, there shall be a minimum of two candlefoot power along the first 40 unobstructed feet of the adjacent side of the building, measured from the corner. c. A minimum of two candlefoot power in that portion of the defined parking area within 60 feet of an automated teller machine or the entrance to an automated teller machine facility. d. With respect to the interior of an automated teller machine facility, sufficient lighting to permit a person entering the facility to readily and easily see all persons occupying the facility, and to permit a person inside the facility to readily and easily see all persons entering the facility. L.1995,c.117,s.4.

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