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Constitutional – Due Process & Equal Protection – No Property Interest – DMV Contract – Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device Provider (access required)

Monitech Inc. v. Robertson Since plaintiff - a longtime vendor of breath alcohol ignition interlock devices — has no property interest in the N.C. DMV’s 2008 guidelines for certification and request for certification (the 2008 RFC), plaintiff lacks standing to challenge DMV’s termination of the 2008 RFC.

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