DYER ACT

DYER ACT

Dyer Act. A federal law, originally enacted in 1919, making it unlawful either (1) to transport a stolen motor vehicle across state lines, knowing it to be stolen, or (2) to receive, conceal, or sell such a vehicle, knowing it to be stolen. 18 USCA ¡ì¡ì 2311¨C2313. ¡ª Also termed National Motor Vehicle Theft Act. [Cases: Automobiles 341. C.J.S. Motor Vehicles ¡ì¡ì 1528¨C1531, 1533¨C1540.]
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