Q: What happens if I accidentally leave my firearm in my carry on luggage at the TSA area at an airport?
A: HB60 requires that the weapon being carried by a license holding passenger be given back to the passenger and the passenger is allowed to remove the firearm from the airport and then return for screening. However, the FBI recently instituted a plan that overrides HB60. If you are caught in the TSA area of the airport, you will be ticketed and your firearm taken from you and held until the case is settled. You will be given a ticket and court date. You will be fined $ if you don’t fight the ticket and your firearm returned when you pay the fine.
You may need to obtain copies of a death certificate for a number of reasons. You might simply want a copy for your personal records or, if you are in charge of wrapping up the deceased person’s affairs, you may require multiple, official copies to carry out your job. You will need to submit a certified copy of the death certificate each time you claim property or benefits that belonged to the deceased person, including life insurance proceeds, Social Security benefits, payable on death accounts, veterans benefits, and many others.