HB 1519 is new legislation which was enacted in the State of New Hampshire concerning meals and rentals operators. The new law rescinds the $5,000 surety bond requirement for meals and rentals operators. The surety bond was required to guarantee the payment of the applicable taxes. Initially the law would have instituted a risk assessment system for deciding whether a surety bond would be required; the SFAA believed this had unfavorable selection problems. The law was replaced for a full cancelation of the surety bond requirement, which also was under deliberation under other legislation. HB 1519 became active upon enactment.