Clerical assistants; not subject to act.
Nothing in the Abstracters Act shall be construed as prohibiting any individual or business entity holding a valid certificate of authority from employing such clerical and stenographic assistants as may be necessary in the conduct of its business who are not registered under the Abstracters Act.
Source:Laws 1965, c. 453, § 20, p. 1446; Laws 1973, LB 330, § 6; R.S.1943, (1981), § 76-528; Laws 1985, LB 47, § 24.
"Preparing written reports of title to real property" constitutes the "business of abstracting" for purposes of the Abstracters Act only when done in exchange for a fee or other valuable consideration. So construed, the Abstracters Act is not unconstitutionally overbroad on its face. State v. Rabourn, 269 Neb. 499, 693 N.W.2d 291 (2005).