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BUDGETARY PROCEDURES ACT

             2     
RECODIFICATION

             3     
2009 GENERAL SESSION

             4     
STATE OF UTAH

             5     
Chief Sponsor: Ron Bigelow

             6     
Senate Sponsor: Lyle W. Hillyard

             7     
             8      LONG TITLE
             9      General Description:
             10          This bill recodifies and makes technical amendments to the Budgetary Procedures Act.
             11      Highlighted Provisions:
             12          This bill:
             13          .    organizes and groups existing sections of the Budgetary Procedures Act into
             14      consistent categories;
             15          .    simplifies structure and language in the act;
             16          .    modifies provisions to list requirements and procedures in chronological order;
             17          .    consolidates, modifies, and provides definitions in the act;
             18          .    removes references to the currently unused term "allotment";
             19          .    updates and coordinates cross references; and
             20          .    makes technical and grammatical changes.
             21      Monies Appropriated in this Bill:
             22          None
             23      Other Special Clauses:
             24          This bill provides an effective date.
             25          This bill provides revisor instructions.
             26      Utah Code Sections Affected:
             27      AMENDS:
             28          3-1-6, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             29          3-1-36, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382


             30          4-2-2, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             31          4-3-14, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             32          4-14-3, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             33          4-14-13, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             34          4-37-201, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             35          4-37-301, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             36          4-39-203, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             37          12-1-10, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             38          13-1-2, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             39          13-1a-9, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             40          13-14-105, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             41          13-15-4, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             42          13-15-4.5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             43          13-21-3, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             44          13-22-6, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 177 and 382
             45          13-22-8, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             46          13-22-9, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             47          13-23-5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             48          13-26-3, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             49          13-32a-111, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             50          13-34-107, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             51          13-35-105, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             52          13-39-201, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             53          13-42-105, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             54          13-42-109, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             55          13-42-111, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             56          13-42-132, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             57          15-9-109, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382


             58          16-6a-107, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             59          16-7-11, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             60          16-10a-122, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             61          16-12-3, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             62          16-13-12, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             63          16-15-105, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             64          16-15-107, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             65          16-15-108, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             66          16-16-208, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 363
             67          16-17-201, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 364
             68          19-1-201, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             69          19-1-403, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             70          19-2-105.3, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             71          19-2-109.1, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             72          19-2-109.5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             73          19-3-104, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             74          19-3-106.4, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             75          19-3-308, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             76          19-3-315, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             77          19-5-120, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             78          19-5-121, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             79          19-5-122, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             80          19-6-408, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             81          19-6-806, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             82          19-6-1003, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             83          19-8-117, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             84          23-14-18, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             85          23-16-4, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382


             86          26-1-6, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             87          26-2-22, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 3, 137, and 382
             88          26-21a-205, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             89          31A-3-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             90          31A-3-304 (Superseded 07/01/10), as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter
             91      382
             92          31A-3-304 (Effective 07/01/10), as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 302
             93      and 382
             94          31A-34-104, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             95          31A-35-301, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             96          31A-35-401, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             97          31A-35-406, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             98          31A-37-202, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 302 and 382
             99          34A-1-106, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             100          34A-7-104, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             101          34A-7-203, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             102          35A-1-106, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             103          36-12-13, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             104          38-1-27, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             105          38-11-201, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             106          38-11-202, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             107          38-11-204, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             108          38-11-206, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             109          38-11-301, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             110          38-11-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             111          40-2-401, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382 and renumbered and
             112      amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 113
             113          40-2-402, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382 and renumbered and


             114      amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 113
             115          40-6-14.5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             116          41-1a-115, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             117          41-1a-116, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             118          41-1a-301, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             119          41-1a-418, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 48, 143, 153, 181, 201,
             120      and 382
             121          41-1a-419, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             122          41-1a-422, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 48, 201, and 382
             123          41-1a-1007, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             124          41-1a-1010, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             125          41-1a-1211, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 143 and 382
             126          41-1a-1212, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             127          41-1a-1221, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             128          41-3-601, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             129          41-3-604, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             130          41-6a-404, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             131          41-6a-518, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             132          41-12a-202, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             133          41-12a-805, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 166 and 382
             134          41-22-33, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 94
             135          41-22-36, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             136          42-2-10, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             137          42-3-2, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             138          42-3-4, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             139          46-1-3, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             140          48-1-42, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 364 and 382
             141          48-2a-206, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382


             142          48-2a-1107, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             143          48-2c-214, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             144          51-9-202, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             145          53-1-106, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 339 and 382
             146          53-1-110, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             147          53-2-403, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 216, 250, and 382
             148          53-2-404, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             149          53-3-106, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 304 and 382
             150          53-3-109, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 376 and 382
             151          53-3-303.5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             152          53-3-506, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             153          53-7-204.2, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             154          53-7-216, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             155          53-7-225.5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             156          53-7-225.6, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             157          53-7-314, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             158          53-8-204, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             159          53-10-108, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 3 and 382
             160          53A-6-105, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             161          53A-17a-105, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             162          53A-26a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             163          54-5-1.5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             164          58-1-308, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             165          58-3a-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             166          58-3a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             167          58-5a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             168          58-9-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             169          58-11a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382


             170          58-15-4, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             171          58-16a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             172          58-17b-303, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             173          58-17b-304, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             174          58-17b-305, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             175          58-17b-306, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             176          58-20a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             177          58-22-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             178          58-22-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 277 and 382
             179          58-26a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 265 and 382
             180          58-26a-306, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             181          58-26a-307, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             182          58-28-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             183          58-31b-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             184          58-31b-304, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             185          58-31b-305, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             186          58-37-6, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 3 and 382
             187          58-39a-5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             188          58-40a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             189          58-41-5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             190          58-41-13, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             191          58-42a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             192          58-44a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             193          58-46a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             194          58-47b-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             195          58-53-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             196          58-53-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             197          58-54-5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382


             198          58-55-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             199          58-55-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 215 and 382
             200          58-56-16, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             201          58-57-4, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             202          58-60-115, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             203          58-60-117, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             204          58-60-205, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             205          58-60-305, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             206          58-60-305.5, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2000, Chapter 159
             207          58-60-308, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2001, Chapter 281
             208          58-60-405, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             209          58-60-407, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2001, Chapter 281
             210          58-60-506, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             211          58-61-304, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             212          58-63-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 246 and 382
             213          58-64-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 211 and 382
             214          58-67-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             215          58-68-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             216          58-69-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 269 and 382
             217          58-70a-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             218          58-71-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 238 and 382
             219          58-72-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             220          58-73-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             221          58-74-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             222          58-75-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             223          58-76-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             224          58-76-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             225          58-77-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382


             226          59-1-305, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             227          59-19-105, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             228          61-1-18.4, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             229          61-2-7.1, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             230          61-2-9, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             231          61-2b-6, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 382 and 387
             232          61-2b-18, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 382 and 387
             233          61-2b-37, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             234          61-2c-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 158 and 382
             235          61-2c-201, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             236          61-2c-202, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 382 and 387
             237          61-2c-205, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             238          61-2c-206, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 382 and 387
             239          61-2c-208, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             240          62A-2-105, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             241          62A-14-106, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             242          63A-1-114, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             243          63A-2-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             244          63A-4-102, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             245          63A-5-104, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Second Special Session, Chapter 3
             246          63A-5-204, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             247          63A-8-201, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 3 and 382
             248          63A-9-401, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             249          63C-11-308, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             250          63C-11-315, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             251          63C-11-318, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             252          63F-1-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             253          63F-1-301, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382


             254          63F-1-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             255          63G-2-203, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             256          63G-9-301, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             257          63J-1-201, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 213 and renumbered and
             258      amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             259          63J-2-202, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             260          63J-3-103, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 191, 250 and renumbered
             261      and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             262          63J-4-301, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             263          63M-1-905, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             264          63M-1-1104, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             265          63M-1-2408, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 372
             266          63M-1-2612, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 352
             267          67-1a-2.5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             268          67-19-5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             269          67-19-11, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             270          70-3a-203, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 258 and 382
             271          72-6-205, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             272          72-7-507, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             273          72-9-602, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             274          72-10-116, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 206 and 382
             275          72-11-208, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             276          73-2-14, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 380, 382, and 399
             277          73-3b-201, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             278          73-3b-204, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             279          73-3b-302, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             280          73-10c-10, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             281          73-18-4, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 94 and 382


             282          73-18-7, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             283          73-18-15.2, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 94
             284          73-18-25, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             285          73-28-404, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             286          76-10-526, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 322 and 382
             287          76-10-1209, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382
             288          77-18-11, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapters 303 and 382
             289      ENACTS:
             290          63J-1-102, Utah Code Annotated 1953
             291          63J-1-216, Utah Code Annotated 1953
             292      RENUMBERS AND AMENDS:
             293          63J-1-104, (Renumbered from 63J-1-404, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             294      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             295          63J-1-206, (Renumbered from 63J-1-301, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             296      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             297          63J-1-207, (Renumbered from 63J-1-408, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             298      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             299          63J-1-208, (Renumbered from 63J-1-409, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             300      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             301          63J-1-209, (Renumbered from 63J-1-406, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             302      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             303          63J-1-210, (Renumbered from 63J-1-302, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             304      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             305          63J-1-211, (Renumbered from 63J-1-307, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             306      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             307          63J-1-212, (Renumbered from 63J-1-308, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             308      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             309          63J-1-213, (Renumbered from 63J-1-309, as renumbered and amended by Laws of


             310      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             311          63J-1-214, (Renumbered from 63J-1-310, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             312      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             313          63J-1-215, (Renumbered from 63J-1-311, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             314      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             315          63J-1-217, (Renumbered from 63J-1-405, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             316      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             317          63J-1-218, (Renumbered from 63J-1-407, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             318      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             319          63J-1-312, (Renumbered from 63J-1-202, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008,
             320      Second Special Session, Chapter 8)
             321          63J-1-313, (Renumbered from 63J-1-203, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008,
             322      Second Special Session, Chapter 8)
             323          63J-1-314, (Renumbered from 63J-1-204, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2008,
             324      Chapter 138 and renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             325          63J-1-410, (Renumbered from 63J-1-306, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             326      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             327          63J-1-411, (Renumbered from 63J-1-403, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             328      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             329          63J-1-504, (Renumbered from 63J-1-303, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             330      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             331          63J-1-505, (Renumbered from 63J-1-304, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             332      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             333          63J-1-506, (Renumbered from 63J-1-305, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             334      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             335          63J-1-601, (Renumbered from 63J-1-401, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             336      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             337          63J-1-603, (Renumbered from 63J-1-402, as renumbered and amended by Laws of


             338      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             339          63J-1-701, (Renumbered from 63J-1-501, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             340      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             341          63J-1-702, (Renumbered from 63J-1-502, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             342      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             343          63J-1-703, (Renumbered from 63J-1-503, as renumbered and amended by Laws of
             344      Utah 2008, Chapter 382)
             345     
             346      Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
             347          Section 1. Section 3-1-6 is amended to read:
             348           3-1-6. Filing articles of incorporation -- Certificate of incorporation -- Fees --
             349      Constructive notice.
             350          (1) The articles of incorporation shall be filed with the Division of Corporations and
             351      Commercial Code, which shall thereupon issue a certificate of incorporation. This certificate
             352      or a certified copy of the same shall be prima facie evidence of the due incorporation of the
             353      association. Upon the issuance of such certificate of incorporation, the corporate existence
             354      begins.
             355          (2) The Division of Corporations and Commercial Code shall establish a fee pursuant
             356      to Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 for filing articles of incorporation with the division, for
             357      securing a certified copy of the articles, for the issuance of a certificate of incorporation, and
             358      for filing amendments to the articles, whether incorporated with or without stock.
             359          (3) No person dealing with the association may be charged with constructive notice of
             360      the contents of the articles or amendments thereto by reason of such filing or recording.
             361          Section 2. Section 3-1-36 is amended to read:
             362           3-1-36. Articles of merger or consolidation -- Execution, contents, and filing of
             363      articles -- Issuance of certificate of merger or consolidation -- Fees.
             364          (1) Upon approval, articles of merger or consolidation shall be signed in duplicate by
             365      each party to the merger or consolidation by its president or a vice president and by its


             366      secretary or an assistant secretary and verified by one of the officers of each association and
             367      corporation signing the articles.
             368          (2) The articles shall set forth:
             369          (a) the plan of merger or consolidation;
             370          (b) a statement:
             371          (i) of the date of the meeting at which the plan of merger or consolidation was
             372      considered and voted upon;
             373          (ii) that a quorum was present at the meeting; and
             374          (iii) that notice of the meeting was given to all members and shareholders entitled to
             375      notice;
             376          (c) the number of members entitled to vote and the number of shares outstanding
             377      entitled to vote; and
             378          (d) the number of members who voted for and against the plan, respectively, and the
             379      number of shares voted for and against the plan, respectively.
             380          (3) (a) Duplicate originals of the articles of merger or consolidation shall be delivered
             381      to the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code and the fee established under Section
             382      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 shall be paid.
             383          (b) If the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code finds that the articles
             384      conform to law, it shall, after the fees have been paid:
             385          (i) endorse on each of the duplicate originals the word "filed" and the month, day, and
             386      year of the filing;
             387          (ii) file one of the duplicate originals in its office; and
             388          (iii) issue a certificate of merger or consolidation, attach the other duplicate original,
             389      and return the certificate to the surviving or new corporation, or its representative.
             390          Section 3. Section 4-2-2 is amended to read:
             391           4-2-2. Functions, powers, and duties of department -- Fees for services --
             392      Marketing orders -- Procedure.
             393          (1) The department shall:


             394          (a) inquire into and promote the interests and products of agriculture and its allied
             395      industries;
             396          (b) promote methods for increasing the production and facilitating the distribution of
             397      the agricultural products of the state;
             398          (c) (i) inquire into the cause of contagious, infectious, and communicable diseases
             399      among livestock and the means for their prevention and cure; and
             400          (ii) initiate, implement, and administer plans and programs to prevent the spread of
             401      diseases among livestock;
             402          (d) encourage experiments designed to determine the best means and methods for the
             403      control of diseases among domestic and wild animals;
             404          (e) issue marketing orders for any designated agricultural product to:
             405          (i) promote orderly market conditions for any product;
             406          (ii) give the producer a fair return on the producer's investment at the marketplace; and
             407          (iii) only promote and not restrict or restrain the marketing of Utah agricultural
             408      commodities;
             409          (f) administer and enforce all laws assigned to the department by the Legislature;
             410          (g) establish standards and grades for agricultural products and fix and collect
             411      reasonable fees for services performed by the department in conjunction with the grading of
             412      agricultural products;
             413          (h) establish operational standards for any establishment that manufactures, processes,
             414      produces, distributes, stores, sells, or offers for sale any agricultural product;
             415          (i) adopt, according to Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act,
             416      rules necessary for the effective administration of the agricultural laws of the state;
             417          (j) when necessary, make investigations, subpoena witnesses and records, conduct
             418      hearings, issue orders, and make recommendations concerning all matters related to
             419      agriculture;
             420          (k) (i) inspect any nursery, orchard, farm, garden, park, cemetery, greenhouse, or any
             421      private or public place that may become infested or infected with harmful insects, plant


             422      diseases, noxious or poisonous weeds, or other agricultural pests;
             423          (ii) establish and enforce quarantines;
             424          (iii) issue and enforce orders and rules for the control and eradication of pests,
             425      wherever they may exist within the state; and
             426          (iv) perform other duties relating to plants and plant products considered advisable
             427      and not contrary to law;
             428          (l) inspect apiaries for diseases inimical to bees and beekeeping;
             429          (m) take charge of any agricultural exhibit within the state, if considered necessary by
             430      the department, and award premiums at that exhibit;
             431          (n) assist the Conservation Commission in the administration of Title 4, Chapter 18,
             432      Conservation Commission Act, and administer and disburse any funds available to assist
             433      conservation districts in the state in the conservation of the state's soil and water resources;
             434      and
             435          (o) perform any additional functions, powers, and duties provided by law.
             436          (2) The department, by following the procedures and requirements of Section
             437      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 , may adopt a schedule of fees assessed for services provided by the
             438      department.
             439          (3) (a) No marketing order issued under Subsection (1)(e) shall take effect until:
             440          (i) the department gives notice of the proposed order to the producers and handlers of
             441      the affected product;
             442          (ii) the commissioner conducts a hearing on the proposed order; and
             443          (iii) at least 50% of the registered producers and handlers of the affected products vote
             444      in favor of the proposed order.
             445          (b) (i) The department may establish boards of control to administer marketing orders
             446      and the proceeds derived from any order.
             447          (ii) The board of control shall:
             448          (A) ensure that all proceeds are placed in an account in the board of control's name in
             449      a depository institution; and


             450          (B) ensure that the account is annually audited by an accountant approved by the
             451      commissioner.
             452          (4) Funds collected by grain grading, as provided by Subsection (1)(g), shall be
             453      deposited in the General Fund as nonlapsing dedicated credits for the grain grading program.
             454          Section 4. Section 4-3-14 is amended to read:
             455           4-3-14. Sale of raw milk -- Suspension of producer's permit -- Severability not
             456      permitted.
             457          (1) As used in this section:
             458          (a) "Batch" means all the milk emptied from one bulk tank and bottled in a single day.
             459          (b) "Self-owned retail store" means a retail store:
             460          (i) of which the producer owns at least 51% of the value of the real property and
             461      tangible personal property used in the operations of the retail store; or
             462          (ii) for which the producer has the power to vote at least 51% of any class of voting
             463      shares or ownership interest in the business entity that operates the retail store.
             464          (2) Raw milk may be sold if:
             465          (a) the producer obtains a permit from the department to produce milk under
             466      Subsection 4-3-8(5);
             467          (b) the sale and delivery of the milk is made upon the premises where the milk is
             468      produced, except as provided by Subsection (3);
             469          (c) it is sold to consumers for household use and not for resale;
             470          (d) it is bottled or packaged under sanitary conditions and in sanitary containers on the
             471      premises where the milk is produced;
             472          (e) it is labeled "raw milk" and meets the labeling requirements under 21 C.F.R. Parts
             473      101 and 131 and rules established by the department;
             474          (f) it is:
             475          (i) cooled to 50 degrees Fahrenheit or a lower temperature within one hour after being
             476      drawn from the animal;
             477          (ii) further cooled to 41 degrees Fahrenheit within two hours of being drawn from the


             478      animal; and
             479          (iii) maintained at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or a lower temperature until it is delivered to
             480      the consumer;
             481          (g) the bacterial count of the milk does not exceed 20,000 colony forming units per
             482      milliliter;
             483          (h) the bacterial plate count and the coliform count of the milk meet the bacterial and
             484      coliform enforcement standards for grade A pasteurized milk;
             485          (i) the production of the milk conforms to departmental rules for the production of
             486      grade A milk;
             487          (j) all dairy animals on the premises are:
             488          (i) permanently and individually identifiable; and
             489          (ii) free of tuberculosis, brucellosis, and other diseases carried through milk; and
             490          (k) any person on the premises performing any work in connection with the
             491      production, bottling, handling, or sale of the milk is free from communicable disease.
             492          (3) A producer may sell raw whole milk at a self-owned retail store, which is properly
             493      staffed, if, in addition to the requirements of Subsection (2), the producer:
             494          (a) transports the milk from the premises where the milk is produced to the self-owned
             495      retail store in a refrigerated truck where the milk is maintained at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or a
             496      lower temperature;
             497          (b) retains ownership of the milk until it is sold to the final consumer, including
             498      transporting the milk from the premises where the milk is produced to the self-owned retail
             499      store without any:
             500          (i) intervening storage;
             501          (ii) change of ownership; or
             502          (iii) loss of physical control;
             503          (c) stores the milk at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or a lower temperature in a display case
             504      equipped with a properly calibrated thermometer at the self-owned retail store;
             505          (d) places a sign above the display case at the self-owned retail store that reads, "Raw


             506      Unpasteurized Milk";
             507          (e) labels the milk with:
             508          (i) a date, no more than nine days after the milk is produced, by which the milk should
             509      be sold;
             510          (ii) the statement "Raw milk, no matter how carefully produced, may be unsafe.";
             511          (iii) handling instructions to preserve quality and avoid contamination or spoilage; and
             512          (iv) any other information required by rule;
             513          (f) refrains from offering the milk for sale until:
             514          (i) each batch of milk is tested for standard plate count and coliform count from an
             515      official sample taken at the self-owned retail store and tested by a third party certified by the
             516      department; and
             517          (ii) the test results meet the minimum standards established for those tests;
             518          (g) (i) maintains a database of the milk sales; and
             519          (ii) makes the database available to the Department of Health during the self-owned
             520      retail store's business hours for purposes of epidemiological investigation;
             521          (h) refrains from offering any pasteurized milk at the self-owned retail store;
             522          (i) ensures that the plant and retail store complies with Title 4, Chapter 5, Utah
             523      Wholesome Food Act, and the rules governing food establishments enacted under Section
             524      4-5-9;
             525          (j) participates in a hazard analysis critical control point system as established by the
             526      United States Food and Drug Administration;
             527          (k) conducts monthly tests on a sample taken from a batch of milk for:
             528          (i) Listeria monocytogenes;
             529          (ii) Salmonella typhimurium;
             530          (iii) Salmonella dublin;
             531          (iv) Campylobacter jejuni; and
             532          (v) E. Coli 0157:H7; and
             533          (l) complies with all applicable rules adopted as authorized by this chapter.


             534          (4) The person conducting the tests required by Subsection (3) shall send a copy of the
             535      test results to the department as soon as the test results are available.
             536          (5) (a) The department shall adopt rules, as authorized by Section 4-3-2, governing the
             537      sale of raw whole milk at a self-owned retail store.
             538          (b) The rules adopted by the department shall include rules regarding:
             539          (i) permits;
             540          (ii) building and premises requirements;
             541          (iii) sanitation and operating requirements, including bulk milk tanks requirements;
             542          (iv) additional tests, including a test for pathogens;
             543          (v) frequency of inspections, including random cooler checks;
             544          (vi) recordkeeping; and
             545          (vii) packaging and labeling.
             546          (c) (i) The department shall establish a fee for the tests and inspections required by
             547      this section and by rule by following the procedures and requirements of Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             548      63J-1-504 .
             549          (ii) Notwithstanding Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 , the department shall retain the
             550      fees as dedicated credits and may only use the fees to administer and enforce this section.
             551          (6) (a) The department shall suspend a permit issued under Section 4-3-8 if a producer
             552      violates any provision of this section or any rules adopted as authorized by this section.
             553          (b) The department may reissue a permit that has been suspended under Subsection
             554      (6)(a) if the producer has complied with all of the requirements of this section and rules
             555      adopted as authorized by this section.
             556          (7) For 2008 and 2009, the Department of Health and the Department of Agriculture
             557      and Food shall report on or before November 30th to the Natural Resources, Agriculture, and
             558      Environment Interim Committee and the Health and Human Services Interim Committee on
             559      any health problems resulting from the sale of raw whole milk at self-owned retail stores.
             560          (8) (a) If any subsection of this section or the application of any subsection to any
             561      person or circumstance is held invalid by a final decision of a court of competent jurisdiction,


             562      the remainder of the section may not be given effect without the invalid subsection or
             563      application.
             564          (b) The provisions of this section may not be severed.
             565          Section 5. Section 4-14-3 is amended to read:
             566           4-14-3. Registration required for distribution -- Application -- Fees -- Renewal --
             567      Local needs registration -- Distributor or applicator license -- Fees -- Renewal.
             568          (1) (a) No person may distribute a pesticide in this state that is not registered with the
             569      department.
             570          (b) Application for registration shall be made to the department upon forms prescribed
             571      and furnished by it accompanied with an annual registration fee determined by the department
             572      pursuant to Subsection 4-2-2 (2) for each pesticide registered.
             573          (c) Upon receipt by the department of a proper application and payment of the
             574      appropriate fee, the commissioner shall issue a registration to the applicant allowing
             575      distribution of the registered pesticide in this state through June 30 of each year, subject to
             576      suspension or revocation for cause.
             577          (d) (i) Each registration is renewable for a period of one year upon the payment of an
             578      annual registration renewal fee in an amount equal to the current applicable original
             579      registration fee.
             580          (ii) Each renewal fee shall be paid on or before June 30 of each year.
             581          (2) The application shall include the following information:
             582          (a) the name and address of the applicant and the name and address of the person
             583      whose name will appear on the label, if other than the applicant's name;
             584          (b) the name of the pesticide;
             585          (c) a complete copy of the label which will appear on the pesticide; and
             586          (d) any information prescribed by rule of the department considered necessary for the
             587      safe and effective use of the pesticide.
             588          (3) (a) Forms for the renewal of registration shall be mailed to registrants at least 30
             589      days before their registration expires.


             590          (b) A registration in effect on June 30 for which a renewal application has been filed
             591      and the registration fee tendered shall continue in effect until the applicant is notified either
             592      that the registration is renewed or that it is suspended or revoked pursuant to Section 4-14-8 .
             593          (4) The department may, before approval of any registration, require the applicant to
             594      submit the complete formula of any pesticide including active and inert ingredients and may
             595      also, for any pesticide not registered according to 7 U.S.C. Sec. 136a or for any pesticide on
             596      which restrictions are being considered, require a complete description of all tests and test
             597      results that support the claims made by the applicant or the manufacturer of the pesticide.
             598          (5) A registrant who desires to register a pesticide to meet special local needs
             599      according to 7 U.S.C. Sec. 136v(c) shall, in addition to complying with Subsections (1) and
             600      (2), satisfy the department that:
             601          (a) a special local need exists;
             602          (b) the pesticide warrants the claims made for it;
             603          (c) the pesticide, if used in accordance with commonly accepted practices, will not
             604      cause unreasonable adverse effects on the environment; and
             605          (d) the proposed classification for use conforms with 7 U.S.C. Sec. 136a(d).
             606          (6) No registration is required for a pesticide distributed in this state pursuant to an
             607      experimental use permit issued by the EPA or under Section 4-14-5 .
             608          (7) No pesticide dealer may distribute a restricted use pesticide in this state without a
             609      license.
             610          (8) A person must receive a license before applying:
             611          (a) a restricted use pesticide; or
             612          (b) a general use pesticide for hire or in exchange for compensation.
             613          (9) (a) A license to engage in an activity listed in Subsection (7) or (8) may be
             614      obtained by:
             615          (i) submitting an application on a form provided by the department;
             616          (ii) paying the license fee determined by the department according to Subsection
             617      4-2-2 (2); and


             618          (iii) complying with the rules adopted as authorized by this chapter.
             619          (b) A person may apply for a license that expires on December 31:
             620          (i) of the calendar year in which the license is issued; or
             621          (ii) of the second calendar year after the calendar year in which the license is issued.
             622          (c) (i) Notwithstanding Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 , the department shall retain the
             623      fees as dedicated credits and may only use the fees to administer and enforce this chapter.
             624          (ii) The Legislature may annually designate the revenue generated from the fee as
             625      nonlapsing in an appropriations act.
             626          Section 6. Section 4-14-13 is amended to read:
             627           4-14-13. Registration required for a pesticide business.
             628          (1) A pesticide applicator business shall register with the department by:
             629          (a) submitting an application on a form provided by the department;
             630          (b) paying the registration fee; and
             631          (c) certifying that the business is in compliance with this chapter and departmental
             632      rules authorized by this chapter.
             633          (2) (a) By following the procedures and requirements of Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             634      63J-1-504 , the department shall establish a registration fee based on the number of pesticide
             635      applicators employed by the pesticide applicator business.
             636          (b) (i) Notwithstanding Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 , the department shall retain the
             637      fees as dedicated credits and may only use the fees to administer and enforce this chapter.
             638          (ii) The Legislature may annually designate the revenue generated from the fee as
             639      nonlapsing in an appropriations act.
             640          (3) (a) The department shall issue a pesticide applicator business a registration
             641      certificate if the pesticide applicator business:
             642          (i) has complied with the requirements of this section; and
             643          (ii) meets the qualifications established by rule.
             644          (b) The department shall notify the pesticide applicator business in writing that the
             645      registration is denied if the pesticide applicator business does not meet the registration


             646      qualifications.
             647          (4) A registration certificate expires on December 31 of the second calendar year after
             648      the calendar year in which the registration certificate is issued.
             649          (5) (a) The department may suspend a registration certificate if the pesticide applicator
             650      business violates this chapter or any rules authorized by it.
             651          (b) A pesticide applicator business whose registration certificate has been suspended
             652      may apply to the department for reinstatement of the registration certificate by demonstrating
             653      compliance with this chapter and rules authorized by it.
             654          (6) A pesticide applicator business shall:
             655          (a) only employ a pesticide applicator who has received a license from the department,
             656      as required by Section 4-14-3 ; and
             657          (b) ensure that all employees comply with this chapter and the rules authorized by it.
             658          Section 7. Section 4-37-201 is amended to read:
             659           4-37-201. Certificate of registration required to operate an aquaculture facility.
             660          (1) A person may not operate an aquaculture facility without first obtaining a
             661      certificate of registration from the department.
             662          (2) (a) Each application for a certificate of registration to operate an aquaculture
             663      facility shall be accompanied by a fee.
             664          (b) The fee shall be established by the department in accordance with Section
             665      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             666          (3) The department shall coordinate with the Division of Wildlife Resources:
             667          (a) on the suitability of the proposed site relative to potential impacts on adjacent
             668      aquatic wildlife populations; and
             669          (b) in determining which species the holder of the certificate of registration may
             670      propagate, possess, transport, or sell.
             671          (4) The department shall list on the certificate of registration the species which the
             672      holder may propagate, possess, transport, or sell.
             673          Section 8. Section 4-37-301 is amended to read:


             674           4-37-301. Certificate of registration required to operate a fee fishing facility.
             675          (1) A person may not operate a fee fishing facility without first obtaining a certificate
             676      of registration from the department.
             677          (2) (a) Each application for a certificate of registration to operate a fee fishing facility
             678      shall be accompanied by a fee.
             679          (b) The fee shall be established by the department in accordance with Section
             680      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             681          (3) The department shall coordinate with the Division of Wildlife Resources:
             682          (a) on the suitability of the proposed site relative to potential impacts on adjacent
             683      aquatic wildlife populations; and
             684          (b) in determining which species the holder of the certificate of registration may
             685      possess or transport to or stock into the facility.
             686          (4) The department shall list on the certificate of registration the species which the
             687      holder may possess or transport to or stock into the facility.
             688          (5) A person holding a certificate of registration for an aquaculture facility may also
             689      operate a fee fishing facility without obtaining an additional certificate of registration, if the
             690      fee fishing facility:
             691          (a) is in a body of water meeting the criteria of Section 4-37-111 which is connected
             692      with the aquaculture facility;
             693          (b) contains only those aquatic animals specified on the certificate of registration for
             694      the aquaculture facility; and
             695          (c) is designated on the certificate of registration for the aquaculture facility.
             696          Section 9. Section 4-39-203 is amended to read:
             697           4-39-203. License required to operate a domesticated elk facility.
             698          (1) A person may not operate a domesticated elk facility without first obtaining a
             699      license from the department.
             700          (2) (a) Each application for a license to operate a domesticated elk facility shall be
             701      accompanied by a fee.


             702          (b) The fee shall be established by the department in accordance with Section
             703      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             704          (3) Each applicant for a domesticated elk facility license shall submit an application
             705      providing all information in the form and manner as required by the department.
             706          (4) (a) No license shall be issued until the department has inspected and approved the
             707      facility.
             708          (b) The department shall:
             709          (i) notify the Division of Wildlife Resources at least 48 hours prior to a scheduled
             710      inspection so that a Division of Wildlife Resources representative may be present at the
             711      inspection; and
             712          (ii) provide the Division of Wildlife Resources with copies of all licensing and
             713      inspection reports.
             714          (5) Each separate location of the domesticated elk operation shall be licensed
             715      separately.
             716          (6) (a) If a domesticated elk facility is operated under more than one business name
             717      from a single location, the name of each operation shall be listed with the department in the
             718      form and manner required by the department.
             719          (b) The department shall require that a separate fee be paid for each business name
             720      listed.
             721          (c) If a domesticated elk facility operates under more than one business name from a
             722      single location, the facility shall maintain separate records.
             723          (7) Each person or business entity with an equity interest in the domesticated elk shall
             724      be listed on the application for license.
             725          (8) Each domesticated elk facility license shall expire on July 1 in the year following
             726      the year of issuance.
             727          (9) Each licensee shall report to the department, in the form and manner required by
             728      the department, any change in the information provided in the licensee's application or in the
             729      reports previously submitted, within 15 days of each change.


             730          (10) Licenses issued pursuant to this section are not transferable.
             731          Section 10. Section 12-1-10 is amended to read:
             732           12-1-10. Applications -- Fees.
             733          (1) Each application for registration under this chapter shall be made on a form
             734      provided by the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code.
             735          (2) Each applicant shall pay to the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code an
             736      application fee determined under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             737          Section 11. Section 13-1-2 is amended to read:
             738           13-1-2. Creation and functions of department -- Divisions created -- Fees.
             739          (1) (a) There is created the Department of Commerce.
             740          (b) The department shall execute and administer state laws regulating business
             741      activities and occupations affecting the public interest.
             742          (2) Within the department the following divisions are created:
             743          (a) the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing;
             744          (b) the Division of Real Estate;
             745          (c) the Division of Securities;
             746          (d) the Division of Public Utilities;
             747          (e) the Division of Consumer Protection; and
             748          (f) the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code.
             749          (3) (a) Unless otherwise provided by statute, the department may adopt a schedule of
             750      fees assessed for services provided by the department by following the procedures and
             751      requirements of Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             752          (b) The department shall submit each fee established in this manner to the Legislature
             753      for its approval as part of the department's annual appropriations request.
             754          (c) (i) All fees collected by each division and by the department shall be deposited in a
             755      restricted account within the General Fund known as the Commerce Service Fund.
             756          (ii) At the end of each fiscal year, the director of the Division of Finance shall transfer
             757      into the General Fund any fee collections that are greater than the legislative appropriations


             758      from the Commerce Service Fund for that year.
             759          (d) The department may not charge or collect any fee nor expend monies from this
             760      fund without approval by the Legislature.
             761          Section 12. Section 13-1a-9 is amended to read:
             762           13-1a-9. Fees of Division of Corporations and Commercial Code.
             763          In addition to the fees prescribed by Title 16, Chapter 6a, Utah Revised Nonprofit
             764      Corporation Act, and Title 16, Chapter 10a, Utah Revised Business Corporation Act, the
             765      Division of Corporations and Commercial Code shall receive and determine fees pursuant to
             766      Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 for filing articles of incorporation or amendments of insurance
             767      corporations, of canal or irrigation corporations organized for furnishing water to lands owned
             768      by the members thereof exclusively, or of water users' associations organized in conformity
             769      with the requirements of the United States under the Reclamation Act of June 17, 1902, and
             770      which are authorized to furnish water only to their stockholders. No license fee may be
             771      imposed on insurance corporations, canal or irrigation corporations organized for furnishing
             772      water to lands owned by the members thereof exclusively, or water users' associations
             773      organized in conformity with the requirements of the United States under the Reclamation Act
             774      of June 17, 1902, and which are authorized to furnish water only to the stockholders at the
             775      time any such corporation files its articles of incorporation, articles of amendment increasing
             776      the number of authorized shares, or articles of merger or consolidation, any provision of Title
             777      16, Chapter 10a, Utah Revised Business Corporation Act, to the contrary notwithstanding.
             778          Section 13. Section 13-14-105 is amended to read:
             779           13-14-105. Registration -- Fees.
             780          (1) A franchisee or franchisor doing business in this state shall:
             781          (a) annually register or renew its registration with the department in a manner
             782      established by the department; and
             783          (b) pay an annual registration fee in an amount determined by the department in
             784      accordance with Sections 13-1-2 and [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             785          (2) The department shall register or renew the registration of a franchisee or franchisor


             786      if the franchisee or franchisor complies with this chapter and rules made by the department
             787      under this chapter.
             788          (3) A franchisee or franchisor registered under this section shall comply with this
             789      chapter and any rules made by the department under this chapter including any amendments to
             790      this chapter or the rules made after a franchisee or franchisor enter into a franchise agreement.
             791          (4) The fee imposed under Subsection (1)(b) shall be collected by the department and
             792      deposited into the Commerce Service Fund.
             793          (5) Notwithstanding Subsection (1), an agent, officer, or field or area representative of
             794      a franchisor does not need to be registered under this section if the franchisor is registered
             795      under this section.
             796          Section 14. Section 13-15-4 is amended to read:
             797           13-15-4. Information to be filed by seller -- Representations.
             798          (1) Any seller of an assisted marketing plan shall file the following information with
             799      the division:
             800          (a) the name, address, and principal place of business of the seller, and the name,
             801      address, and principal place of business of the parent or holding company of the seller, if any,
             802      who is responsible for statements made by the seller;
             803          (b) all trademarks, trade names, service marks, or advertising or other commercial
             804      symbols that identify the products, equipment, supplies, or services to be offered, sold, or
             805      distributed by the prospective purchaser;
             806          (c) an individual detailed statement covering the past five years of the business
             807      experience of each of the seller's current directors and executive officers and an individual
             808      statement covering the same period for the seller and the seller's parent company, if any,
             809      including the length of time each:
             810          (i) has conducted a business of the type advertised or solicited for operation by a
             811      prospective purchaser;
             812          (ii) has offered or sold the assisted marketing plan; and
             813          (iii) has offered for sale or sold assisted marketing plans in other lines of business,


             814      together with a description of the other lines of business;
             815          (d) a statement of the total amount that must be paid by the purchaser to obtain or
             816      commence the business opportunity such as initial fees, deposits, down payments, prepaid
             817      rent, and equipment and inventory purchases; provided, that if all or part of these fees or
             818      deposits are returnable, the conditions under which they are returnable shall also be disclosed;
             819          (e) a complete statement of the actual services the seller will perform for the
             820      purchaser;
             821          (f) a complete statement of all oral, written, or visual representations that will be made
             822      to prospective purchasers about specific levels of potential sales, income, gross and net profits,
             823      or any other representations that suggest a specific level;
             824          (g) a complete description of the type and length of any training promised to
             825      prospective purchasers;
             826          (h) a complete description of any services promised to be performed by the seller in
             827      connection with the placement of the equipment, products, or supplies at any location from
             828      which they will be sold or used; and a complete description of those services together with any
             829      agreements that will be made by the seller with the owner or manager of the location where the
             830      purchaser's equipment, products, or supplies will be placed;
             831          (i) a statement that discloses any person identified in Subsection (1)(a) who:
             832          (i) has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor or pleaded nolo contendere to a
             833      felony or misdemeanor charge if the felony or misdemeanor involved fraud, embezzlement,
             834      fraudulent conversion, or misappropriation of property;
             835          (ii) has been held liable or consented to the entry of a stipulated judgment in any civil
             836      action based upon fraud, embezzlement, fraudulent conversion, misappropriation of property,
             837      or the use of untrue or misleading representations in the sale or attempted sale of any real or
             838      personal property, or upon the use of any unfair, unlawful or deceptive business practice; or
             839          (iii) is subject to an injunction or restrictive order relating to business activity as the
             840      result of an action brought by a public agency;
             841          (j) a financial statement of the seller signed by one of the seller's officers, directors,


             842      trustees, or general or limited partners, under a declaration that certifies that to the signatory's
             843      knowledge and belief the information in the financial statement is true and accurate; a
             844      financial statement that is more than 13 months old is unacceptable;
             845          (k) a copy of the entire marketing plan contract;
             846          (l) the number of marketing plans sold to date, and the number of plans under
             847      negotiation;
             848          (m) geographical information including all states in which the seller's assisted
             849      marketing plans have been sold, and the number of plans in each such state;
             850          (n) the total number of marketing plans that were cancelled by the seller in the past 12
             851      months; and
             852          (o) the number of marketing plans that were voluntarily terminated by purchasers
             853      within the past 12 months and the total number of such voluntary terminations to date.
             854          (2) The seller of an assisted marketing plan filing information under Subsection (1)
             855      shall pay a fee as determined by the department in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             856      63J-1-504 .
             857          (3) Before commencing business in this state, the seller of an assisted marketing plan
             858      shall file the information required under Subsection (1) and receive from the division proof of
             859      receipt of the filing.
             860          (4) A seller of an assisted marketing plan claiming an exemption from filing under this
             861      chapter shall file a notice of claim of exemption from filing with the division. A seller
             862      claiming an exemption from filing bears the burden of proving the exemption. The division
             863      shall collect a fee for filing a notice of claim of exemption, as determined by the department in
             864      accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             865          (5) A representation described in Subsection (1)(f) shall be relevant to the geographic
             866      market in which the business opportunity is to be located. When the statements or
             867      representations are made, a warning after the representation in not less than 12 point upper and
             868      lower case boldface type shall appear as follows:
             869     
CAUTION


             870          No guarantee of earnings or ranges of earnings can be made. The number of purchasers
             871      who have earned through this business an amount in excess of the amount of their initial
             872      payment is at least _____ which represents _____% of the total number of purchasers of this
             873      business opportunity.
             874          Section 15. Section 13-15-4.5 is amended to read:
             875           13-15-4.5. Notice of exemption filing.
             876          (1) (a) Any franchise exempt from this chapter pursuant to Subsection
             877      13-15-2 (1)(b)(iii) shall, prior to offering for sale or selling a franchise to be located in this
             878      state or to a resident of this state, file with the division a notice that the franchisor is in
             879      substantial compliance with the requirements of the Federal Trade Commission rule found at
             880      Title 16, Chapter I, Subchapter d, Trade Regulation Rules, Part 436, Disclosure Requirements
             881      and Prohibitions Concerning Franchising and Business Opportunity Ventures, together with a
             882      filing fee determined by the department pursuant to Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 , not to
             883      exceed $100.
             884          (b) The notice shall state:
             885          (i) the name of the applicant;
             886          (ii) the name of the franchise;
             887          (iii) the name under which the applicant intends to or does transact business, if
             888      different than the name of the franchise;
             889          (iv) the applicant's principal business address; and
             890          (v) the applicant's federal employer identification number.
             891          (2) (a) The initial exemption granted under this section is for a period of one year from
             892      the date of filing the notice.
             893          (b) The exemption may be renewed each year for an additional one-year period upon
             894      filing a notice for renewal and paying a renewal fee determined pursuant to Section
             895      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 , not to exceed $100.
             896          (3) The division may make rules to implement this section.
             897          Section 16. Section 13-21-3 is amended to read:


             898           13-21-3. Credit services organizations -- Prohibitions.
             899          (1) A credit services organization, its salespersons, agents, and representatives, and
             900      independent contractors who sell or attempt to sell the services of a credit services
             901      organization may not do any of the following:
             902          (a) conduct any business regulated by this chapter without first:
             903          (i) securing a certificate of registration from the division; and
             904          (ii) unless exempted under Section 13-21-4 , posting a bond, letter of credit, or
             905      certificate of deposit with the division in the amount of $100,000;
             906          (b) make a false statement, or fail to state a material fact, in connection with an
             907      application for registration with the division;
             908          (c) charge or receive any money or other valuable consideration prior to full and
             909      complete performance of the services the credit services organization has agreed to perform for
             910      the buyer;
             911          (d) dispute or challenge, or assist a person in disputing or challenging an entry in a
             912      credit report prepared by a consumer reporting agency without a factual basis for believing
             913      and obtaining a written statement for each entry from the person stating that that person
             914      believes that the entry contains a material error or omission, outdated information, inaccurate
             915      information, or unverifiable information;
             916          (e) charge or receive any money or other valuable consideration solely for referral of
             917      the buyer to a retail seller who will or may extend credit to the buyer, if the credit that is or
             918      will be extended to the buyer is upon substantially the same terms as those available to the
             919      general public;
             920          (f) make, or counsel or advise any buyer to make, any statement that is untrue or
             921      misleading and that is known, or that by the exercise of reasonable care should be known, to
             922      be untrue or misleading, to a credit reporting agency or to any person who has extended credit
             923      to a buyer or to whom a buyer is applying for an extension of credit, with respect to a buyer's
             924      creditworthiness, credit standing, or credit capacity;
             925          (g) make or use any untrue or misleading representations in the offer or sale of the


             926      services of a credit services organization or engage, directly or indirectly, in any act, practice,
             927      or course of business that operates or would operate as fraud or deception upon any person in
             928      connection with the offer or sale of the services of a credit services organization; and
             929          (h) transact any business as a credit services organization, as defined in Section
             930      13-21-2 , without first having registered with the division by paying an annual fee set pursuant
             931      to Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 and filing proof that it has obtained a bond or letter of credit
             932      as required by Subsection [(1)] (2).
             933          (2) (a) A bond, letter of credit from a Utah depository, or certificate of deposit posted
             934      with the division shall be used to cover the losses of any person arising from a violation of this
             935      chapter by the posting credit services organization. A bond, letter of credit, or certificate of
             936      deposit may also be used to satisfy administrative fines and civil damages arising from any
             937      enforcement action against the posting credit service organization.
             938          (b) A bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit shall remain in force:
             939          (i) until replaced by a bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit of identical or
             940      superior coverage; or
             941          (ii) for one year after the credit servicing organization notifies the division in writing
             942      that it has ceased all activities regulated by this chapter.
             943          Section 17. Section 13-22-6 is amended to read:
             944           13-22-6. Application for registration.
             945          (1) An applicant for registration or renewal of registration as a charitable organization
             946      shall:
             947          (a) pay an application fee as determined under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 ; and
             948          (b) submit an application on a form approved by the division which shall include:
             949          (i) the organization's name, address, telephone number, facsimile number, if any, and
             950      the names and addresses of any organizations or persons controlled by, controlling, or
             951      affiliated with the applicant;
             952          (ii) the specific legal nature of the organization, that is, whether it is an individual,
             953      joint venture, partnership, limited liability company, corporation, association, or other entity;


             954          (iii) the names and residence addresses of the officers and directors of the
             955      organization;
             956          (iv) the name and address of the registered agent for service of process and a consent
             957      to service of process;
             958          (v) the purpose of the solicitation and use of the contributions to be solicited;
             959          (vi) the method by which the solicitation will be conducted and the projected length of
             960      time it is to be conducted;
             961          (vii) the anticipated expenses of the solicitation, including all commissions, costs of
             962      collection, salaries, and any other items;
             963          (viii) a statement of what percentage of the contributions collected as a result of the
             964      solicitation are projected to remain available for application to the charitable purposes
             965      declared in the application, including a satisfactory statement of the factual basis for the
             966      projected percentage;
             967          (ix) a statement of total contributions collected or received by the organization within
             968      the calendar year immediately preceding the date of the application, including a description of
             969      the expenditures made from or the use made of the contributions;
             970          (x) a copy of any written agreements with any professional fund raiser involved with
             971      the solicitation;
             972          (xi) disclosure of any injunction, judgment, or administrative order or conviction of
             973      any crime involving moral turpitude with respect to any officer, director, manager, operator, or
             974      principal of the organization;
             975          (xii) a copy of all agreements to which the applicant is, or proposes to be, a party
             976      regarding the use of proceeds for the solicitation or fundraising;
             977          (xiii) a statement of whether or not the charity, or its parent foundation, will be using
             978      the services of a professional fund raiser or of a professional fund raising counsel or
             979      consultant;
             980          (xiv) if either the charity or its parent foundation will be using the services of a
             981      professional fund raiser or a professional fund raising counsel or consultant:


             982          (A) a copy of all agreements related to the services; and
             983          (B) an acknowledgment that fund raising in the state will not commence until both the
             984      charitable organization, its parent foundation, if any, and the professional fund raiser or
             985      professional fund raising counsel or consultant are registered and in compliance with this
             986      chapter; and
             987          (xv) any additional information the division may require by rule.
             988          (2) If any information contained in the application for registration becomes incorrect
             989      or incomplete, the applicant or registrant shall, within 30 days after the information becomes
             990      incorrect or incomplete, correct the application or file the complete information required by
             991      the division.
             992          (3) In addition to the registration fee, an organization failing to file a registration
             993      application or renewal by the due date or filing an incomplete registration application or
             994      renewal shall pay an additional fee of $25 for each month or part of a month after the date on
             995      which the registration application or renewal were due to be filed.
             996          (4) Notwithstanding Subsection (1), the registration fee for a certified local museum
             997      under Section 9-6-603 is 65% of the registration fee established under Subsection (1).
             998          Section 18. Section 13-22-8 is amended to read:
             999           13-22-8. Exemptions.
             1000          (1) Section 13-22-5 does not apply to:
             1001          (a) a solicitation that an organization conducts among its own established and bona
             1002      fide membership exclusively through the voluntarily donated efforts of other members or
             1003      officers of the organization;
             1004          (b) a bona fide religious, ecclesiastical, or denominational organization if:
             1005          (i) the solicitation is made for a church, missionary, religious, or humanitarian
             1006      purpose; and
             1007          (ii) the organization is either:
             1008          (A) a lawfully organized corporation, institution, society, church, or established
             1009      physical place of worship, at which nonprofit religious services and activities are regularly


             1010      conducted and carried on;
             1011          (B) a bona fide religious group:
             1012          (I) that does not maintain specific places of worship;
             1013          (II) that is not subject to federal income tax; and
             1014          (III) not required to file an IRS Form 990 under any circumstance; or
             1015          (C) a separate group or corporation that is an integral part of an institution that is an
             1016      income tax exempt organization under 26 U.S.C. Sec. 501(c)(3) and is not primarily supported
             1017      by funds solicited outside its own membership or congregation;
             1018          (c) a solicitation by a broadcast media owned or operated by an educational institution
             1019      or governmental entity, or any entity organized solely for the support of that broadcast media;
             1020          (d) except as provided in Subsection 13-22-21 (1), a solicitation for the relief of any
             1021      person sustaining a life-threatening illness or injury specified by name at the time of
             1022      solicitation if the entire amount collected without any deduction is turned over to the named
             1023      person;
             1024          (e) a political party authorized to transact its affairs within this state and any candidate
             1025      and campaign worker of the party if the content and manner of any solicitation make clear that
             1026      the solicitation is for the benefit of the political party or candidate;
             1027          (f) a political action committee or group soliciting funds relating to issues or
             1028      candidates on the ballot if the committee or group is required to file financial information with
             1029      a federal or state election commission;
             1030          (g) any school accredited by the state, any accredited institution of higher learning, or
             1031      club or parent, teacher, or student organization within and authorized by the school in support
             1032      of the operations or extracurricular activities of the school;
             1033          (h) a public or higher education foundation established under Title 53A or 53B;
             1034          (i) a television station, radio station, or newspaper of general circulation that donates
             1035      air time or print space for no consideration as part of a cooperative solicitation effort on behalf
             1036      of a charitable organization, whether or not that organization is required to register under this
             1037      chapter;


             1038          (j) a volunteer fire department, rescue squad, or local civil defense organization whose
             1039      financial oversight is under the control of a local governmental entity;
             1040          (k) any governmental unit of any state or the United States; and
             1041          (l) any corporation:
             1042          (i) established by an act of the United States Congress; and
             1043          (ii) that is required by federal law to submit an annual report:
             1044          (A) on the activities of the corporation, including an itemized report of all receipts and
             1045      expenditures of the corporation; and
             1046          (B) to the United States Secretary of Defense to be:
             1047          (I) audited; and
             1048          (II) submitted to the United States Congress.
             1049          (2) Any organization claiming an exemption under this section bears the burden of
             1050      proving its eligibility for, or the applicability of, the exemption claimed.
             1051          (3) Each organization exempt from registration pursuant to this section that makes a
             1052      material change in its legal status, officers, address, or similar changes shall file a report
             1053      informing the division of its current legal status, business address, business phone, officers,
             1054      and primary contact person within 30 days of the change.
             1055          (4) The division may by rule:
             1056          (a) require organizations exempt from registration pursuant to this section to file a
             1057      notice of claim of exemption;
             1058          (b) prescribe the contents of the notice of claim; and
             1059          (c) require a filing fee for the notice, as determined under Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             1060      63J-1-504 .
             1061          Section 19. Section 13-22-9 is amended to read:
             1062           13-22-9. Professional fund raiser's or fund raising counsel's or consultant's
             1063      permit.
             1064          (1) It is unlawful for any person or entity to act as a professional fund raiser or
             1065      professional fund raising counsel or consultant, whether or not representing an organization


             1066      exempt from registration under Section 13-22-8 , without first obtaining a permit from the
             1067      division by complying with all of the following application requirements:
             1068          (a) pay an application fee as determined under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 ; and
             1069          (b) submit a written application, verified under oath, on a form approved by the
             1070      division that includes:
             1071          (i) the applicant's name, address, telephone number, facsimile number, if any;
             1072          (ii) the name and address of any organization or person controlled by, controlling, or
             1073      affiliated with the applicant;
             1074          (iii) the applicant's business, occupation, or employment for the three-year period
             1075      immediately preceding the date of the application;
             1076          (iv) whether it is an individual, joint venture, partnership, limited liability company,
             1077      corporation, association, or other entity;
             1078          (v) the names and residence addresses of any officer or director of the applicant;
             1079          (vi) the name and address of the registered agent for service of process and a consent
             1080      to service of process;
             1081          (vii) if a professional fund raiser:
             1082          (A) the purpose of the solicitation and use of the contributions to be solicited;
             1083          (B) the method by which the solicitation will be conducted and the projected length of
             1084      time it is to be conducted;
             1085          (C) the anticipated expenses of the solicitation, including all commissions, costs of
             1086      collection, salaries, and any other items;
             1087          (D) a statement of what percentage of the contributions collected as a result of the
             1088      solicitation are projected to remain available to the charitable organization declared in the
             1089      application, including a satisfactory statement of the factual basis for the projected percentage
             1090      and projected anticipated revenues provided to the charitable organization, and if a flat fee is
             1091      charged, documentation to support the reasonableness of the flat fee; and
             1092          (E) a statement of total contributions collected or received by the professional fund
             1093      raiser within the calendar year immediately preceding the date of the application, including a


             1094      description of the expenditures made from or the use made of the contributions;
             1095          (viii) if a professional fund raising counsel or consultant:
             1096          (A) the purpose of the plan, management, advise, counsel or preparation of materials
             1097      for, or respect to the solicitation and use of the contributions solicited;
             1098          (B) the method by which the plan, management, advise, counsel, or preparation of
             1099      materials for, or respect to the solicitation will be organized or coordinated and the projected
             1100      length of time of the solicitation;
             1101          (C) the anticipated expenses of the plan, management, advise, counsel, or preparation
             1102      of materials for, or respect to the solicitation, including all commissions, costs of collection,
             1103      salaries, and any other items;
             1104          (D) a statement of total fees to be earned or received from the charitable organization
             1105      declared in the application, and what percentage of the contributions collected as a result of
             1106      the plan, management, advise, counsel, or preparation of materials for, or respect to the
             1107      solicitation are projected after deducting the total fees to be earned or received remain
             1108      available to the charitable organization declared in the application, including a satisfactory
             1109      statement of the factual basis for the projected percentage and projected anticipated revenues
             1110      provided to the charitable organization, and if a flat fee is charged, documentation to support
             1111      the reasonableness of such flat fee; and
             1112          (E) a statement of total net fees earned or received within the calendar year
             1113      immediately preceding the date of the application, including a description of the expenditures
             1114      made from or the use of the net earned or received fees in the planning, management, advising,
             1115      counseling, or preparation of materials for, or respect to the solicitation and use of the
             1116      contributions solicited for the charitable organization;
             1117          (ix) disclosure of any injunction, judgment, or administrative order against the
             1118      applicant or the applicant's conviction of any crime involving moral turpitude;
             1119          (x) a copy of any written agreements with any charitable organization;
             1120          (xi) the disclosure of any injunction, judgment, or administrative order or conviction
             1121      of any crime involving moral turpitude with respect to any officer, director, manager, operator,


             1122      or principal of the applicant;
             1123          (xii) a copy of all agreements to which the applicant is, or proposes to be, a party
             1124      regarding the use of proceeds;
             1125          (xiii) an acknowledgment that fund raising in the state will not commence until both
             1126      the professional fund raiser or professional fund raising counsel or consultant and the charity,
             1127      its parent foundation, if any, are registered and in compliance with this chapter; and
             1128          (xiv) any additional information the division may require by rule.
             1129          (2) If any information contained in the application for a permit becomes incorrect or
             1130      incomplete, the applicant or registrant shall, within 30 days after the information becomes
             1131      incorrect or incomplete, correct the application or file the complete information required by
             1132      the division.
             1133          (3) In addition to the permit fee, an applicant failing to file a permit application or
             1134      renewal by the due date or filing an incomplete permit application or renewal shall pay an
             1135      additional fee of $25 for each month or part of a month after the date on which the permit
             1136      application or renewal were due to be filed.
             1137          Section 20. Section 13-23-5 is amended to read:
             1138           13-23-5. Registration -- Bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit required --
             1139      Penalties.
             1140          (1) (a) (i) It is unlawful for any health spa facility to operate in this state unless the
             1141      facility is registered with the division.
             1142          (ii) Registration is effective for one year. If the health spa facility renews its
             1143      registration, the registration shall be renewed at least 30 days prior to its expiration.
             1144          (iii) The division shall provide by rule for the form, content, application process, and
             1145      renewal process of the registration.
             1146          (b) Each health spa registering in this state shall designate a registered agent for
             1147      receiving service of process. The registered agent shall be reasonably available from 8 a.m.
             1148      until 5 p.m. during normal working days.
             1149          (c) The division shall charge and collect a fee for registration under guidelines


             1150      provided in Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             1151          (d) If an applicant fails to file a registration application or renewal by the due date, or
             1152      files an incomplete registration application or renewal, the applicant shall pay a fee of $25 for
             1153      each month or part of a month after the date on which the registration application or renewal
             1154      were due to be filed, in addition to the registration fee described in Subsection (1)(c).
             1155          (2) (a) Each health spa shall obtain and maintain:
             1156          (i) a performance bond issued by a surety authorized to transact surety business in this
             1157      state;
             1158          (ii) an irrevocable letter of credit issued by a financial institution authorized to do
             1159      business in this state; or
             1160          (iii) a certificate of deposit.
             1161          (b) The bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit shall be payable to the division
             1162      for the benefit of any consumer who incurs damages as the result of:
             1163          (i) the health spa's violation of this chapter; or
             1164          (ii) the health spa's going out of business or relocating and failing to offer an alternate
             1165      location within five miles.
             1166          (c) (i) The division may recover from the bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit
             1167      the costs of collecting and distributing funds under this section, up to 10% of the face value of
             1168      the bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit but only if the consumers have fully
             1169      recovered their damages first.
             1170          (ii) The total liability of the issuer of the bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit
             1171      may not exceed the amount of the bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit.
             1172          (iii) The health spa shall maintain a bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit in
             1173      force for one year after it notifies the division in writing that it has ceased all activities
             1174      regulated by this chapter.
             1175          (d) A health spa providing services at more than one location shall comply with the
             1176      requirements of Subsection (2)(a) for each separate location.
             1177          (e) The division may impose a fine against a health spa that fails to comply with the


             1178      requirements of Subsection (2)(a) of up to $100 per day that the health spa remains out of
             1179      compliance. All penalties received shall be deposited into the Consumer Protection Education
             1180      and Training Fund created in Section 13-2-8 .
             1181          (3) (a) The minimum principal amount of the bond, letter of credit, or certificate of
             1182      credit required under Subsection (2) shall be based on the number of unexpired contracts for
             1183      health spa services to which the health spa is a party, in accordance with the following
             1184      schedule:
             1185      Principal Amount of                     Number of Contracts
             1186      Bond, Letter of Credit,                
             1187      or Certificate of Deposit                
             1188          $15,000                                500 or fewer
             1189           35,000                                501 to 1,500
             1190           50,000                                1,500 to 3,000
             1191           75,000                                3,001 or more
             1192          (b) A health spa that is not exempt under Section 13-23-6 shall comply with
             1193      Subsection (3)(a) with respect to all of the health spa's unexpired contracts for health spa
             1194      services, regardless of whether a portion of those contracts satisfy the criteria in Section
             1195      13-23-6 .
             1196          (4) Each health spa shall obtain the bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit and
             1197      furnish a certified copy of the bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit to the division
             1198      prior to selling, offering or attempting to sell, soliciting the sale of, or becoming a party to any
             1199      contract to provide health spa services. A health spa is considered to be in compliance with
             1200      this section only if the proof provided to the division shows that the bond, letter of credit, or
             1201      certificate of credit is current.
             1202          (5) Each health spa shall:
             1203          (a) maintain accurate records of the bond, letter of credit, or certificate of credit and of
             1204      any payments made, due, or to become due to the issuer; and
             1205          (b) open the records to inspection by the division at any time during normal business


             1206      hours.
             1207          (6) If a health spa changes ownership, ceases operation, discontinues facilities, or
             1208      relocates and fails to offer an alternate location within five miles within 30 days after its
             1209      closing, the health spa is subject to the requirements of this section as if it were a new health
             1210      spa coming into being at the time the health spa changed ownership. The former owner may
             1211      not release, cancel, or terminate the owner's liability under any bond, letter of credit, or
             1212      certificate of deposit previously filed with the division, unless:
             1213          (a) the new owner has filed a new bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit for the
             1214      benefit of consumers covered under the previous owner's bond, letter of credit, or certificate of
             1215      deposit; or
             1216          (b) the former owner has refunded all unearned payments to consumers.
             1217          (7) If a health spa ceases operation or relocates and fails to offer an alternative location
             1218      within five miles, the health spa shall provide the division with 45 days prior notice.
             1219          Section 21. Section 13-26-3 is amended to read:
             1220           13-26-3. Registration and bond required.
             1221          (1) (a) Unless exempt under Section 13-26-4 , each telephone soliciting business shall
             1222      register annually with the division before engaging in telephone solicitations if:
             1223          (i) the telephone soliciting business engages in telephone solicitations that:
             1224          (A) originate in Utah; or
             1225          (B) are received in Utah; or
             1226          (ii) the telephone soliciting business conducts any business operations in Utah.
             1227          (b) The registration form shall designate an agent residing in this state who is
             1228      authorized by the telephone soliciting business to receive service of process in any action
             1229      brought by this state or a resident of this state.
             1230          (c) If a telephone soliciting business fails to designate an agent to receive service or
             1231      fails to appoint a successor to the agent:
             1232          (i) the business' application for an initial or renewal registration shall be denied; and
             1233          (ii) any current registration shall be suspended until an agent is designated.


             1234          (2) The division may impose an annual registration fee set pursuant to Section
             1235      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             1236          (3) (a) Each telephone soliciting business engaging in telephone solicitation or sales in
             1237      this state shall obtain and maintain the following security:
             1238          (i) a performance bond issued by a surety authorized to transact surety business in this
             1239      state;
             1240          (ii) an irrevocable letter of credit issued by a financial institution authorized to do
             1241      business in this state; or
             1242          (iii) a certificate of deposit held in this state in a depository institution regulated by
             1243      the Department of Financial Institutions.
             1244          (b) The bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit shall be payable to the division
             1245      for the benefit of any consumer who incurs damages as the result of any telephone solicitation
             1246      or sales violation of this chapter.
             1247          (c) The division may recover from the bond, letter of credit, or certificate of deposit
             1248      investigative costs, [attorneys'] attorney fees, and other costs of collecting and distributing
             1249      funds under this section and the costs of promoting consumer education, but only if the
             1250      consumer has first recovered full damages.
             1251          (d) A telephone soliciting business shall keep a bond, certificate of deposit, or letter of
             1252      credit in force for one year after it notifies the division in writing that it has ceased all
             1253      activities regulated by this chapter.
             1254          (e) The amount to be posted in the form of a bond, irrevocable letter of credit, or
             1255      certificate of deposit shall be:
             1256          (i) $25,000 if:
             1257          (A) neither the telephone soliciting business nor any affiliated person has violated this
             1258      chapter within three years preceding the date of the application; and
             1259          (B) the telephone soliciting business has fewer than ten employees;
             1260          (ii) $50,000 if:
             1261          (A) neither the telephone soliciting business nor any affiliated person has violated this


             1262      chapter within three years preceding the date of the application; and
             1263          (B) the telephone soliciting business has ten or more employees; or
             1264          (iii) $75,000 if the telephone soliciting business or any affiliated person has violated
             1265      this chapter within three years preceding the date of the application.
             1266          (f) For purposes of Subsection (3)(e) an "affiliated person" means a contractor,
             1267      director, employee, officer, owner, or partner of the telephone soliciting business.
             1268          (4) The division may establish by rule the registration requirements for telephone
             1269      soliciting businesses under the terms of Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative
             1270      Rulemaking Act. An administrative proceeding conducted by the division under this chapter
             1271      shall comply with the requirements of Title 63G, Chapter 4, Administrative Procedures Act.
             1272          (5) The division director may revoke a registration under this section for any violation
             1273      of this chapter.
             1274          Section 22. Section 13-32a-111 is amended to read:
             1275           13-32a-111. Fees to fund training and central database.
             1276          (1) On and after January 1, 2005, each pawnshop or secondhand merchandise dealer
             1277      in operation shall annually pay $250 to the division, to be deposited in the account.
             1278          (2) On and after January 1, 2005, each law enforcement agency that participates in the
             1279      use of the database shall annually pay to the division a fee of $2 per sworn law enforcement
             1280      officer who is employed by the agency as of January 1 of that year. The fee shall be deposited
             1281      in the account.
             1282          (3) The fees under Subsections (1) and (2) shall be paid to the account annually on or
             1283      before January 30.
             1284          (4) (a) If a law enforcement agency outside Utah requests access to the central
             1285      database, the requesting agency shall pay a yearly fee of $750 for the fiscal year beginning
             1286      July 1, 2006, which shall be deposited in the account.
             1287          (b) The board may establish the fee amount for fiscal years beginning on and after July
             1288      1, 2007 under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             1289          Section 23. Section 13-34-107 is amended to read:


             1290           13-34-107. Advertising, recruiting, or operating a proprietary school -- Required
             1291      registration statement or exemption -- Certificate of registration -- Registration does not
             1292      constitute endorsement.
             1293          (1) (a) Unless an institution complies with Subsection (1)(b), the institution may not
             1294      do any of the following in this state:
             1295          (i) advertise a proprietary school;
             1296          (ii) recruit students for a proprietary school; or
             1297          (iii) operate a proprietary school.
             1298          (b) An institution may not engage in an activity described in Subsection (1)(a) unless
             1299      the institution:
             1300          (i) (A) files with the division a registration statement relating to the proprietary school
             1301      that is in compliance with:
             1302          (I) applicable rules made by the division; and
             1303          (II) the requirements set forth in this chapter; and
             1304          (B) obtains a certificate of registration; or
             1305          (ii) establishes an exemption with the division.
             1306          (2) (a) The registration statement or exemption described in Subsection (1) shall be:
             1307          (i) verified by the oath or affirmation of the owner or a responsible officer of the
             1308      proprietary school filing the registration statement or exemption; and
             1309          (ii) include a certification as to whether any of the following has violated laws, federal
             1310      regulations, or state rules as determined in a criminal, civil, or administrative proceeding:
             1311          (A) the proprietary school; or
             1312          (B) any of the following with respect to the proprietary school:
             1313          (I) an owner;
             1314          (II) an officer;
             1315          (III) a director;
             1316          (IV) an administrator;
             1317          (V) a faculty member;


             1318          (VI) a staff member; or
             1319          (VII) an agent.
             1320          (b) The proprietary school shall:
             1321          (i) make available, upon request, a copy of the registration statement, showing the date
             1322      upon which it was filed; and
             1323          (ii) display the certificate of registration obtained from the division in a conspicuous
             1324      place on the proprietary school's premises.
             1325          (3) (a) A registration statement and the accompanying certificate of registration are not
             1326      transferable.
             1327          (b) In the event of a change in ownership or in the governing body of the proprietary
             1328      school, the new owner or governing body, within 30 days after the change, shall file a new
             1329      registration statement.
             1330          (4) Except as provided in Subsection (3)(b), a registration statement or a renewal
             1331      statement and the accompanying certificate of registration are effective for a period of two
             1332      years after the date of filing and issuance.
             1333          (5) (a) The division shall establish a graduated fee structure for the filing of
             1334      registration statements by various classifications of institutions pursuant to Section
             1335      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             1336          (b) Fees are not refundable.
             1337          (c) Fees shall be deposited in the Commerce Service Fund pursuant to Section 13-1-2 .
             1338          (6) (a) Each proprietary school shall:
             1339          (i) demonstrate fiscal responsibility at the time the proprietary school files its
             1340      registration statement as prescribed by rules of the division; and
             1341          (ii) provide evidence to the division that the proprietary school:
             1342          (A) is financially sound; and
             1343          (B) can reasonably fulfill commitments to and obligations the proprietary school has
             1344      incurred with students and creditors.
             1345          (b) A proprietary school applying for an initial certificate of registration to operate


             1346      shall prepare and submit financial statements and supporting documentation as requested by
             1347      the division.
             1348          (c) A proprietary school applying for renewal of a certificate of registration to operate
             1349      or renewal under new ownership must provide audited financial statements.
             1350          (d) The division may require evidence of financial status at other times when it is in
             1351      the best interest of students to require such information.
             1352          (7) (a) A proprietary school applying for an initial certificate of registration or seeking
             1353      renewal shall provide in a form approved by the division:
             1354          (i) a surety bond;
             1355          (ii) a certificate of deposit; or
             1356          (iii) an irrevocable letter of credit.
             1357          (b) In accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act,
             1358      the division may make rules providing for:
             1359          (i) the amount of the bond, certificate, or letter of credit required under Subsection
             1360      (7)(a), not to exceed in amount the anticipated tuition and fees to be received by the
             1361      proprietary school during a school year;
             1362          (ii) the execution of the bond, certificate, or letter of credit;
             1363          (iii) cancellation of the bond, certificate, or letter of credit during or at the end of the
             1364      registration term; and
             1365          (iv) any other matters related to providing the bond, certificate, or letter of credit
             1366      required under Subsection (7)(a).
             1367          (c) The bond, certificate, or letter of credit shall be used as a protection against loss of
             1368      advanced tuition, book fees, supply fees, or equipment fees:
             1369          (i) collected by the proprietary school from a student or a student's parent, guardian, or
             1370      sponsor prior to the completion of the program or courses for which it was collected; or
             1371          (ii) for which the student is liable.
             1372          (8) (a) Except as provided in Section 13-34-113 , the division may not refuse
             1373      acceptance of a registration statement that is:


             1374          (i) tendered for filing and, based on a preliminary review, appears to be in compliance
             1375      with Subsections (1), (2), and (6); and
             1376          (ii) accompanied by:
             1377          (A) the required fee; and
             1378          (B) one of the following required by Subsection (7):
             1379          (I) surety bond;
             1380          (II) certificate of deposit; or
             1381          (III) irrevocable letter of credit.
             1382          (b) A certificate of registration is effective upon the date of issuance.
             1383          (c) The responsibility of compliance is upon the proprietary school and not upon the
             1384      division.
             1385          (d) (i) If it appears to the division that a registration statement on file may not be in
             1386      compliance with this chapter, the division may advise the proprietary school as to the apparent
             1387      deficiencies.
             1388          (ii) After a proprietary school has been notified of a deficiency under Subsection
             1389      (8)(d)(i), a new or amended statement may be presented for filing by the proprietary school,
             1390      accompanied by:
             1391          (A) the required fee; and
             1392          (B) one of the following required by Subsection (7):
             1393          (I) surety bond;
             1394          (II) certificate of deposit; or
             1395          (III) irrevocable letter of credit.
             1396          (9) The following does not constitute and may not be represented by any person to
             1397      constitute, an endorsement or approval of the proprietary school by either the division or the
             1398      state:
             1399          (a) an acceptance of:
             1400          (i) a registration statement;
             1401          (ii) a renewal statement; or


             1402          (iii) an amended registration statement; and
             1403          (b) issuance of a certificate of registration.
             1404          Section 24. Section 13-35-105 is amended to read:
             1405           13-35-105. Registration -- Fees.
             1406          (1) A franchisee or franchisor doing business in this state shall:
             1407          (a) annually register or renew its registration with the department in a manner
             1408      established by the department; and
             1409          (b) pay an annual registration fee in an amount determined by the department in
             1410      accordance with Sections 13-1-2 and [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             1411          (2) The department shall register or renew the registration of a franchisee or franchisor
             1412      if the franchisee or franchisor complies with this chapter and rules made by the department
             1413      under this chapter.
             1414          (3) A franchisee or franchisor registered under this section shall comply with this
             1415      chapter and any rules made by the department under this chapter including any amendments to
             1416      this chapter or the rules made after a franchisee or franchisor enter into a franchise agreement.
             1417          (4) The fee imposed under Subsection (1)(b) shall be collected by the department and
             1418      deposited into the Commerce Service Fund.
             1419          (5) Notwithstanding Subsection (1), an agent, officer, or field or area representative of
             1420      a franchisor does not need to be registered under this section if the franchisor is registered
             1421      under this section.
             1422          Section 25. Section 13-39-201 is amended to read:
             1423           13-39-201. Establishment of child protection registry.
             1424          (1) The division shall:
             1425          (a) establish and operate a child protection registry to compile and secure a list of
             1426      contact points the division has received pursuant to this section; or
             1427          (b) contract with a third party to establish and secure the registry described in
             1428      Subsection (1)(a).
             1429          (2) (a) The division shall implement the registry described in this section with respect


             1430      to email addresses beginning on July 1, 2005.
             1431          (b) The division shall implement the registry described in this section with respect to
             1432      instant message identities.
             1433          (c) The division shall implement the registry described in this section with respect to
             1434      mobile or other telephone numbers.
             1435          (3) (a) A person may register a contact point with the division pursuant to rules
             1436      established by the division under Subsection 13-39-203 (1) if:
             1437          (i) the contact point belongs to a minor;
             1438          (ii) a minor has access to the contact point; or
             1439          (iii) the contact point is used in a household in which a minor is present.
             1440          (b) A school or other institution that primarily serves minors may register its domain
             1441      name with the division pursuant to rules made by the division under Subsection 13-39-203 (1).
             1442          (c) The division shall provide a disclosure in a confirmation message sent to a person
             1443      who registers a contact point under this section that reads: "No solution is completely secure.
             1444      The most effective way to protect children on the Internet is to supervise use and review all
             1445      email messages and other correspondence. Under law, theft of a contact point from the Child
             1446      Protection Registry is a second degree felony. While every attempt will be made to secure the
             1447      Child Protection Registry, registrants and their guardians should be aware that their contact
             1448      points may be at a greater risk of being misappropriated by marketers who choose to disobey
             1449      the law."
             1450          (4) A person desiring to send a communication described in Subsection 13-39-202 (1)
             1451      to a contact point or domain shall:
             1452          (a) use a mechanism established by rule made by the division under Subsection
             1453      13-39-203 (2); and
             1454          (b) pay a fee for use of the mechanism described in Subsection (4)(a) determined by
             1455      the division in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             1456          (5) The division may implement a program to offer discounted compliance fees to
             1457      senders who meet enhanced security conditions established and verified by the division, the


             1458      third party registry provider, or a designee.
             1459          (6) The contents of the registry, and any complaint filed about a sender who violates
             1460      this chapter, are not subject to public disclosure under Title 63G, Chapter 2, Government
             1461      Records Access and Management Act.
             1462          (7) The state shall promote the registry on the state's official Internet website.
             1463          Section 26. Section 13-42-105 is amended to read:
             1464           13-42-105. Application for registration -- Form, fee, and accompanying
             1465      documents.
             1466          (1) An application for registration as a provider must be in a form prescribed by the
             1467      administrator.
             1468          (2) Subject to adjustment of dollar amounts pursuant to Subsection 13-42-132 (6), an
             1469      application for registration as a provider must be accompanied by:
             1470          (a) the fee established by the administrator in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             1471      63J-1-504 ;
             1472          (b) the bond required by Section 13-42-113 ;
             1473          (c) identification of all trust accounts required by Section 13-42-122 and an
             1474      irrevocable consent authorizing the administrator to review and examine the trust accounts;
             1475          (d) evidence of insurance in the amount of $250,000:
             1476          (i) against the risks of dishonesty, fraud, theft, and other misconduct on the part of the
             1477      applicant or a director, employee, or agent of the applicant;
             1478          (ii) issued by an insurance company authorized to do business in this state and rated at
             1479      least A by a nationally recognized rating organization;
             1480          (iii) with no deductible;
             1481          (iv) payable to the applicant, the individuals who have agreements with the applicant,
             1482      and this state, as their interests may appear; and
             1483          (v) not subject to cancellation by the applicant without the approval of the
             1484      administrator;
             1485          (e) a record consenting to the jurisdiction of this state containing:


             1486          (i) the name, business address, and other contact information of its registered agent in
             1487      this state for purposes of service of process; or
             1488          (ii) the appointment of the administrator as agent of the provider for purposes of
             1489      service of process; and
             1490          (f) if the applicant is organized as a not-for-profit entity or is exempt from taxation,
             1491      evidence of not-for-profit and tax-exempt status applicable to the applicant under the Internal
             1492      Revenue Code, 26 U.S.C. Section 501.
             1493          Section 27. Section 13-42-109 is amended to read:
             1494           13-42-109. Certification of registration -- Issuance or denial.
             1495          (1) Except as otherwise provided in Subsections (2) and (3), the administrator shall
             1496      issue a certificate of registration as a provider to a person that complies with Sections
             1497      13-42-105 and 13-42-106 .
             1498          (2) The administrator may deny registration if:
             1499          (a) the application contains information that is materially erroneous or incomplete;
             1500          (b) an officer, director, or owner of the applicant has been convicted of a crime, or
             1501      suffered a civil judgment, involving dishonesty or the violation of state or federal securities
             1502      laws;
             1503          (c) the applicant or any of its officers, directors, or owners has defaulted in the
             1504      payment of money collected for others; or
             1505          (d) the administrator finds that the financial responsibility, experience, character, or
             1506      general fitness of the applicant or its owners, directors, employees, or agents does not warrant
             1507      belief that the business will be operated in compliance with this chapter.
             1508          (3) The administrator shall deny registration if:
             1509          (a) the application is not accompanied by the fee established by the administrator in
             1510      accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 ; or
             1511          (b) with respect to an applicant that is organized as a not-for-profit entity or has
             1512      obtained tax-exempt status under the Internal Revenue Code, 26 U.S.C. Section 501, the
             1513      applicant's board of directors is not independent of the applicant's employees and agents.


             1514          (4) Subject to adjustment of the dollar amount pursuant to Subsection 13-42-132 (6), a
             1515      board of directors is not independent for purposes of Subsection (3) if more than one-fourth of
             1516      its members:
             1517          (a) are affiliates of the applicant, as defined in Subsection 13-42-102 (2)(a) or
             1518      13-42-102 (2)(b)(i), (ii), (iv), (v), (vi), or (vii); or
             1519          (b) after the date ten years before first becoming a director of the applicant, were
             1520      employed by or directors of a person that received from the applicant more than $25,000 in
             1521      either the current year or the preceding year.
             1522          Section 28. Section 13-42-111 is amended to read:
             1523           13-42-111. Renewal of registration.
             1524          (1) A provider must obtain a renewal of its registration annually.
             1525          (2) An application for renewal of registration as a provider must be in a form
             1526      prescribed by the administrator, signed under penalty of perjury, and:
             1527          (a) be filed no fewer than 30 and no more than 60 days before the registration expires;
             1528          (b) be accompanied by the fee established by the administrator in accordance with
             1529      Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 and the bond required by Section 13-42-113 ;
             1530          (c) contain the matter required for initial registration as a provider by Subsections
             1531      13-42-106 (8) and (9) and a financial statement, audited by an accountant licensed to conduct
             1532      audits, for the applicant's fiscal year immediately preceding the application;
             1533          (d) disclose any changes in the information contained in the applicant's application for
             1534      registration or its immediately previous application for renewal, as applicable;
             1535          (e) supply evidence of insurance in an amount equal to the larger of $250,000 or the
             1536      highest daily balance in the trust account required by Section 13-42-122 during the six-month
             1537      period immediately preceding the application:
             1538          (i) against risks of dishonesty, fraud, theft, and other misconduct on the part of the
             1539      applicant or a director, employee, or agent of the applicant;
             1540          (ii) issued by an insurance company authorized to do business in this state and rated at
             1541      least A by a nationally recognized rating organization;


             1542          (iii) with no deductible;
             1543          (iv) payable to the applicant, the individuals who have agreements with the applicant,
             1544      and this state, as their interests may appear; and
             1545          (v) not subject to cancellation by the applicant without the approval of the
             1546      administrator;
             1547          (f) disclose the total amount of money received by the applicant pursuant to plans
             1548      during the preceding 12 months from or on behalf of individuals who reside in this state and
             1549      the total amount of money distributed to creditors of those individuals during that period;
             1550          (g) disclose, to the best of the applicant's knowledge, the gross amount of money
             1551      accumulated during the preceding 12 months pursuant to plans by or on behalf of individuals
             1552      who reside in this state and with whom the applicant has agreements; and
             1553          (h) provide any other information that the administrator reasonably requires to perform
             1554      the administrator's duties under this section.
             1555          (3) Except for the information required by Subsections 13-42-106 (7), (14), and (17)
             1556      and the addresses required by Subsection 13-42-106 (4), the administrator shall make the
             1557      information in an application for renewal of registration as a provider available to the public.
             1558          (4) If a registered provider files a timely and complete application for renewal of
             1559      registration, the registration remains effective until the administrator, in a record, notifies the
             1560      applicant of a denial and states the reasons for the denial.
             1561          (5) If the administrator denies an application for renewal of registration as a provider,
             1562      the applicant, within 30 days after receiving notice of the denial, may appeal and request a
             1563      hearing pursuant to Title 63G, Chapter 4, Administrative Procedures Act. Subject to Section
             1564      13-42-134 , while the appeal is pending the applicant shall continue to provide
             1565      debt-management services to individuals with whom it has agreements. If the denial is
             1566      affirmed, subject to the administrator's order and Section 13-42-134 , the applicant shall
             1567      continue to provide debt-management services to individuals with whom it has agreements
             1568      until, with the approval of the administrator, it transfers the agreements to another registered
             1569      provider or returns to the individuals all unexpended money that is under the applicant's


             1570      control.
             1571          Section 29. Section 13-42-132 is amended to read:
             1572           13-42-132. Powers of administrator.
             1573          (1) The administrator may act on its own initiative or in response to complaints and
             1574      may receive complaints, take action to obtain voluntary compliance with this chapter, refer
             1575      cases to the attorney general, and seek or provide remedies as provided in this chapter.
             1576          (2) The administrator may investigate and examine, in this state or elsewhere, by
             1577      subpoena or otherwise, the activities, books, accounts, and records of a person that provides or
             1578      offers to provide debt-management services, or a person to which a provider has delegated its
             1579      obligations under an agreement or this chapter, to determine compliance with this chapter.
             1580      Information that identifies individuals who have agreements with the provider shall not be
             1581      disclosed to the public. In connection with the investigation, the administrator may:
             1582          (a) charge the person the reasonable expenses necessarily incurred to conduct the
             1583      examination;
             1584          (b) require or permit a person to file a statement under oath as to all the facts and
             1585      circumstances of a matter to be investigated; and
             1586          (c) seek a court order authorizing seizure from a bank at which the person maintains a
             1587      trust account required by Section 13-42-122 , any or all money, books, records, accounts, and
             1588      other property of the provider that is in the control of the bank and relates to individuals who
             1589      reside in this state.
             1590          (3) The administrator may adopt rules to implement the provisions of this chapter in
             1591      accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act.
             1592          (4) The administrator may enter into cooperative arrangements with any other federal
             1593      or state agency having authority over providers and may exchange with any of those agencies
             1594      information about a provider, including information obtained during an examination of the
             1595      provider.
             1596          (5) The administrator shall establish fees in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             1597      63J-1-504 to be paid by providers for the expense of administering this chapter.


             1598          (6) The administrator, by rule, shall adopt dollar amounts instead of those specified in
             1599      Sections 13-42-102 , 13-42-105 , 13-42-109 , 13-42-113 , 13-42-123 , 13-42-133 , and 13-42-135
             1600      to reflect inflation, as measured by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer
             1601      Price Index for All Urban Consumers or, if that index is not available, another index adopted
             1602      by rule by the administrator. The administrator shall adopt a base year and adjust the dollar
             1603      amounts, effective on July 1 of each year, if the change in the index from the base year, as of
             1604      December 31 of the preceding year, is at least 10%. The dollar amount must be rounded to the
             1605      nearest $100, except that the amounts in Section 13-42-123 must be rounded to the nearest
             1606      dollar.
             1607          (7) The administrator shall notify registered providers of any change in dollar amounts
             1608      made pursuant to Subsection (6) and make that information available to the public.
             1609          Section 30. Section 15-9-109 is amended to read:
             1610           15-9-109. Registration and renewal fees.
             1611          (1) An application for registration or renewal of registration must be accompanied by a
             1612      fee in an amount determined by the division in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             1613      63J-1-504 .
             1614          (2) The division shall establish fees for:
             1615          (a) an initial application for registration;
             1616          (b) an application for registration based upon a certificate of registration or licensure
             1617      issued by another state;
             1618          (c) an application for renewal of registration; and
             1619          (d) an application for renewal of registration based upon an application for renewal of
             1620      registration or licensure submitted in another state.
             1621          Section 31. Section 16-6a-107 is amended to read:
             1622           16-6a-107. Fees.
             1623          (1) Unless otherwise provided by statute, the division shall charge and collect a fee for
             1624      services established by the division in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504
             1625      including fees:


             1626          (a) for furnishing a certified copy of any document, instrument, or paper relating to a
             1627      domestic or foreign nonprofit corporation; and
             1628          (b) for the certificate and affixing the seal to a certified copy described in Subsection
             1629      (1)(a).
             1630          (2) (a) The division shall provide expedited, 24-hour processing of any item under this
             1631      section upon request.
             1632          (b) The division shall charge and collect additional fees established by the division in
             1633      accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 for expedited service provided under
             1634      Subsection (2)(a).
             1635          (3) (a) The division shall charge and collect a fee determined by the division in
             1636      accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 at the time of any service of process on the
             1637      director of the division as resident agent of a domestic or foreign nonprofit corporation.
             1638          (b) The fee paid under Subsection (3)(a) may be recovered as taxable costs by the
             1639      party to the suit or action causing the service to be made if the party prevails in the suit or
             1640      action.
             1641          Section 32. Section 16-7-11 is amended to read:
             1642           16-7-11. Fees for filing documents and issuing certificates.
             1643          The division shall charge and collect a fee determined by it pursuant to Section
             1644      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 for:
             1645          (1) filing articles of incorporation of a corporation sole and issuing a certificate of
             1646      incorporation;
             1647          (2) filing articles of amendment and issuing a certificate of amendment;
             1648          (3) issuing each additional certificate of incorporation or amendment;
             1649          (4) filing a certificate of authorized agent and issuing the agent's certificate;
             1650          (5) filing a revocation of authority;
             1651          (6) furnishing a certified copy of any document, instrument, or paper relating to a
             1652      corporation sole and affixing its seal;
             1653          (7) issuing a certificate of dissolution; and


             1654          (8) issuing a certificate of merger or consolidation.
             1655          Section 33. Section 16-10a-122 is amended to read:
             1656           16-10a-122. Fees.
             1657          Unless otherwise provided by statute, the division shall charge and collect fees for
             1658      services as provided in Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             1659          Section 34. Section 16-12-3 is amended to read:
             1660           16-12-3. Declaration of trust -- Filing fee.
             1661          An original and one copy of the declaration of trust of a real estate investment trust
             1662      shall be delivered to the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code, and the division
             1663      shall endorse on the original and one copy the word "filed." The Division of Corporations and
             1664      Commercial Code shall file the original in the division's office, and shall return the copy to the
             1665      trustees or their representatives. The Division of Corporations and Commercial Code may
             1666      charge a fee pursuant to Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 for the filing.
             1667          Section 35. Section 16-13-12 is amended to read:
             1668           16-13-12. Licensing, supervision, and examination by commissioner of financial
             1669      institutions -- Fees.
             1670          A development corporation shall be licensed, supervised, and examined by the
             1671      commissioner of financial institutions and shall make such report of its condition from time to
             1672      time as the commissioner shall require. A development corporation shall pay a fee determined
             1673      by the commissioner pursuant to Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 for a license and for each
             1674      examination.
             1675          Section 36. Section 16-15-105 is amended to read:
             1676           16-15-105. Filing of certificate -- Fees.
             1677          (1) A business trust is registered when two copies of the certificate of registration are
             1678      filed with the division. The documents to be filed shall be true copies made by photographic,
             1679      xerographic, electronic, or other process that provides similar copy accuracy of a document
             1680      that has been properly executed.
             1681          (2) The division shall endorse the original and one copy of a certificate of registration


             1682      and:
             1683          (a) file the original in the division office; and
             1684          (b) return the copy to the trustee or the trustee's representative.
             1685          (3) The division may charge a fee in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504
             1686      for the filing.
             1687          Section 37. Section 16-15-107 is amended to read:
             1688           16-15-107. Expiration of filing -- Notice.
             1689          (1) A filing under this chapter shall be effective for a period of three years from the
             1690      date of filing plus the notice period provided in Subsection (2).
             1691          (2) (a) If no new filing is made by or on behalf of the trust who made the original
             1692      filing within three years of the date of filing, the division shall send a notice by regular mail,
             1693      postage prepaid, to the address shown for the registered office in the filing indicating that it
             1694      will expire 30 days after the division mailed the notice.
             1695          (b) If no new filing is made within 30 days after the date of the division mailing the
             1696      notice, the business trust's registration expires.
             1697          (3) If the registration of a business trust has expired or has been canceled for failure to
             1698      maintain a registered agent, the business trust may not conduct business in this state until it
             1699      has newly registered with the division under this chapter.
             1700          (4) The division may charge a fee in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504
             1701      for the renewal of a registration.
             1702          Section 38. Section 16-15-108 is amended to read:
             1703           16-15-108. When amendments are required.
             1704          (1) An amended certificate shall be filed with the division not later than 30 days after
             1705      any change in:
             1706          (a) any person acting as a trustee of the trust, or the address of any trustee;
             1707          (b) the registered agent of the trust;
             1708          (c) the registered office of the business trust; or
             1709          (d) in any information required to be filed with the division under this chapter.


             1710          (2) The amended certificate shall be signed by each trustee of the business trust and
             1711      filed in the same manner as a certificate of registration under Section 16-15-105 .
             1712          (3) The division may charge a fee in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504
             1713      for amending a certificate of registration.
             1714          Section 39. Section 16-16-208 is amended to read:
             1715           16-16-208. Filing fees.
             1716          The filing fee for records filed under this part by the division shall be established by
             1717      the division in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             1718          Section 40. Section 16-17-201 is amended to read:
             1719           16-17-201. Fees.
             1720          Unless otherwise provided by statute, the division shall charge and collect fees for
             1721      services as provided in Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             1722          Section 41. Section 19-1-201 is amended to read:
             1723           19-1-201. Powers of department.
             1724          (1) The department shall:
             1725          (a) enter into cooperative agreements with the Department of Health to delineate
             1726      specific responsibilities to assure that assessment and management of risk to human health
             1727      from the environment are properly administered;
             1728          (b) consult with the Department of Health and enter into cooperative agreements, as
             1729      needed, to ensure efficient use of resources and effective response to potential health and
             1730      safety threats from the environment, and to prevent gaps in protection from potential risks
             1731      from the environment to specific individuals or population groups; and
             1732          (c) coordinate implementation of environmental programs to maximize efficient use of
             1733      resources by developing, with local health departments, a Comprehensive Environmental
             1734      Service Delivery Plan that:
             1735          (i) recognizes that the department and local health departments are the foundation for
             1736      providing environmental health programs in the state;
             1737          (ii) delineates the responsibilities of the department and each local health department


             1738      for the efficient delivery of environmental programs using federal, state, and local authorities,
             1739      responsibilities, and resources;
             1740          (iii) provides for the delegation of authority and pass through of funding to local
             1741      health departments for environmental programs, to the extent allowed by applicable law,
             1742      identified in the plan, and requested by the local health department; and
             1743          (iv) is reviewed and updated annually.
             1744          (2) The department may:
             1745          (a) investigate matters affecting the environment;
             1746          (b) investigate and control matters affecting the public health when caused by
             1747      environmental hazards;
             1748          (c) prepare, publish, and disseminate information to inform the public concerning
             1749      issues involving environmental quality;
             1750          (d) establish and operate programs, as authorized by this title, necessary for protection
             1751      of the environment and public health from environmental hazards;
             1752          (e) use local health departments in the delivery of environmental health programs to
             1753      the extent provided by law;
             1754          (f) enter into contracts with local health departments or others to meet responsibilities
             1755      established under this title;
             1756          (g) acquire real and personal property by purchase, gift, devise, and other lawful
             1757      means;
             1758          (h) prepare and submit to the governor a proposed budget to be included in the budget
             1759      submitted by the governor to the Legislature;
             1760          (i) (i) establish a schedule of fees that may be assessed for actions and services of the
             1761      department according to the procedures and requirements of Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 ;
             1762      and
             1763          (ii) in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 , all fees shall be reasonable,
             1764      fair, and reflect the cost of services provided;
             1765          (j) prescribe by rule reasonable requirements not inconsistent with law relating to


             1766      environmental quality for local health departments;
             1767          (k) perform the administrative functions of the boards established by Section
             1768      19-1-106 , including the acceptance and administration of grants from the federal government
             1769      and from other sources, public or private, to carry out the board's functions; and
             1770          (l) upon the request of any board or the executive secretary, provide professional,
             1771      technical, and clerical staff and field and laboratory services, the extent of which are limited
             1772      by the funds available to the department for the staff and services.
             1773          Section 42. Section 19-1-403 is amended to read:
             1774           19-1-403. Clean Fuels and Vehicle Technology Fund -- Contents -- Loans or
             1775      grants made with fund monies.
             1776          (1) (a) There is created a revolving fund known as the Clean Fuels and Vehicle
             1777      Technology Fund.
             1778          (b) The fund consists of:
             1779          (i) appropriations to the fund;
             1780          (ii) other public and private contributions made under Subsection (1)(d);
             1781          (iii) interest earnings on cash balances; and
             1782          (iv) all monies collected for loan repayments and interest on loans.
             1783          (c) All money appropriated to the fund is nonlapsing.
             1784          (d) The department may accept contributions from other public and private sources for
             1785      deposit into the fund.
             1786          (2) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (3), the department may make a loan or a
             1787      grant with monies available in the fund for:
             1788          (i) the conversion of a private sector business vehicle or a government vehicle to use a
             1789      clean fuel, if certified by the Air Quality Board under Subsection 19-1-405 (1)(a);
             1790          (ii) the purchase of:
             1791          (A) an OEM vehicle for use as a private sector business vehicle or government
             1792      vehicle; or
             1793          (B) a vehicle, certified by the Air Quality Board under Subsection 19-1-405 (1)(d), for


             1794      use as a private sector business vehicle or government vehicle;
             1795          (iii) the retrofit, certified by the Air Quality Board under Subsection 19-1-405 (1)(d),
             1796      of a private sector business vehicle or government vehicle;
             1797          (iv) a fuel system, certified by the Air Quality Board under Subsection 19-1-405 (1)(d),
             1798      for a private sector business vehicle or government vehicle; or
             1799          (v) a state match of a federal or nonfederal grant for any item under this Subsection
             1800      (2)(a).
             1801          (b) The amount of a loan for any vehicle under Subsection (2)(a)(i) or (2)(a)(ii)(A)
             1802      may not exceed:
             1803          (i) the actual cost of the vehicle conversion;
             1804          (ii) the incremental cost of purchasing the OEM vehicle; or
             1805          (iii) the cost of purchasing the OEM vehicle if there is no documented incremental
             1806      cost.
             1807          (c) The amount of a grant for any vehicle under Subsection (2)(a)(i) or (2)(a)(ii)(A)
             1808      may not exceed:
             1809          (i) 50% of the actual cost of the vehicle conversion minus the amount of any tax credit
             1810      claimed under Section 59-7-605 or 59-10-1009 for the vehicle for which a grant is requested;
             1811      or
             1812          (ii) 50% of the incremental cost of purchasing an OEM vehicle minus the amount of
             1813      any tax credit claimed under Section 59-7-605 or 59-10-1009 for the vehicle for which a grant
             1814      is requested.
             1815          (d) (i) Except as provided in Subsection (3) and subject to the availability of monies in
             1816      the fund, the department may make a loan for the purchase of vehicle refueling equipment for
             1817      a private sector business vehicle or a government vehicle.
             1818          (ii) The maximum amount loaned per installation of refueling equipment may not
             1819      exceed the actual cost of the refueling equipment.
             1820          (iii) Except as provided in Subsection (3) and subject to the availability of monies in
             1821      the fund, the department may make a grant for a state match of a federal or nonfederal grant


             1822      for the purchase of vehicle refueling equipment for a private sector business vehicle or a
             1823      government vehicle.
             1824          (3) The department may not make a loan or grant under this part for an electric-hybrid
             1825      vehicle.
             1826          (4) The department may:
             1827          (a) reimburse itself for the costs incurred in administering the fund from:
             1828          (i) the fund; or
             1829          (ii) application fees; and
             1830          (b) establish an application fee for a loan or grant from the fund by following the
             1831      procedures and requirements of Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             1832          (5) (a) The fund balance may not exceed $10,000,000.
             1833          (b) Interest on cash balances and repayment of loans in excess of the amount necessary
             1834      to maintain the fund balance at $10,000,000 shall be deposited in the General Fund.
             1835          (6) (a) Loans made from monies in the fund shall be supported by loan documents
             1836      evidencing the intent of the borrower to repay the loan.
             1837          (b) The original loan documents shall be filed with the Division of Finance and a copy
             1838      shall be filed with the department.
             1839          Section 43. Section 19-2-105.3 is amended to read:
             1840           19-2-105.3. Clean fuel requirements for fleets.
             1841          (1) As used in this section:
             1842          (a) "1990 Clean Air Act" means the federal Clean Air Act as amended in 1990.
             1843          (b) "Clean fuel" means:
             1844          (i) propane, compressed natural gas, or electricity;
             1845          (ii) other fuel the Air Quality Board created in Title 19, Chapter 2, Air Conservation
             1846      Act, determines annually on or before July 1 is at least as effective as fuels under Subsection
             1847      (1)(b)(i) in reducing air pollution; and
             1848          (iii) other fuel that meets the clean fuel vehicle standards in the 1990 Clean Air Act.
             1849          (c) "Fleet" means ten or more vehicles:


             1850          (i) owned or operated by a single entity as defined by board rule; and
             1851          (ii) capable of being fueled or that are fueled at a central location.
             1852          (d) "Fleet" does not include motor vehicles that are:
             1853          (i) held for lease or rental to the general public;
             1854          (ii) held for sale or used as demonstration vehicles by motor vehicle dealers;
             1855          (iii) used by motor vehicle manufacturers for product evaluations or tests;
             1856          (iv) authorized emergency vehicles as defined in Section 41-6a-102 ;
             1857          (v) registered under Title 41, Chapter 1a, Part 2, Registration, as farm vehicles;
             1858          (vi) special mobile equipment as defined in Section 41-1a-102 ;
             1859          (vii) heavy duty trucks with a gross vehicle weight rating of more than 26,000 pounds;
             1860          (viii) regularly used by employees to drive to and from work, parked at the employees'
             1861      personal residences when they are not at their employment, and not practicably fueled at a
             1862      central location;
             1863          (ix) owned, operated, or leased by public transit districts; or
             1864          (x) exempted by board rule.
             1865          (2) (a) After evaluation of reasonably available pollution control strategies, and as part
             1866      of the state implementation plan demonstrating attainment of the national ambient air quality
             1867      standards, the board may by rule, subject to Subsection (2)(c), require fleets in specified
             1868      geographical areas to use clean fuels if the board determines fleet use of clean fuels is:
             1869          (i) necessary to demonstrate attainment of the national ambient air quality standards in
             1870      any area where they are required; and
             1871          (ii) reasonably cost effective when compared to other similarly beneficial control
             1872      strategies for demonstrating attainment of the national ambient air quality standards.
             1873          (b) State implementation plans developed prior to July 1, 1995, may require fleets to
             1874      use clean fuels no earlier than July 1, 1995, unless the board determines fleet use of clean fuels
             1875      is necessary prior to July 1, 1995, to demonstrate attainment of the national ambient air quality
             1876      standards in any area by an attainment date established by federal law.
             1877          (c) The board may not require more than 50% of those trucks in a fleet that are heavy


             1878      duty trucks having a gross vehicle weight rating of more than 8,500 pounds and not more than
             1879      26,000 pounds to convert to clean fuels under Subsection (2)(b).
             1880          (3) (a) After evaluation of reasonably available pollution control strategies, and as part
             1881      of a state implementation plan demonstrating only maintenance of the national ambient air
             1882      quality standards, the board may by rule, subject to Subsection (3)(b), require fleets in
             1883      specified geographical areas to use clean fuels if the board determines fleet use of clean fuels
             1884      is:
             1885          (i) necessary to demonstrate maintenance of the national ambient air quality standards
             1886      in any area where they are required; and
             1887          (ii) reasonably cost effective as compared with other similarly beneficial control
             1888      strategies for demonstrating maintenance of the national ambient air quality standards.
             1889          (b) Under Subsection (3)(a) the board may require no more than:
             1890          (i) 30% of a fleet to use clean fuels before January 1, 1998;
             1891          (ii) 50% of a fleet to use clean fuels before January 1, 1999; and
             1892          (iii) 70% of a fleet to use clean fuels before January 1, 2000.
             1893          (c) The board may not require more than 50% of those trucks in a fleet that are heavy
             1894      duty trucks having a gross vehicle weight rating of more than 8,500 pounds and not more than
             1895      26,000 pounds to convert to clean fuels under Subsection (3)(b).
             1896          (4) Rules the board makes under this section may include:
             1897          (a) dates by which fleets are required to convert to clean fuels under the provisions of
             1898      this section;
             1899          (b) definitions of fleet owners or operators;
             1900          (c) definitions of vehicles exempted from this section by rule;
             1901          (d) certification requirements for persons who install clean fuel conversion equipment,
             1902      including testing and certification standards regarding installers; and
             1903          (e) certification fees for installers, established under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             1904          (5) Implementation of this section and rules made under this section are subject to the
             1905      reasonable availability of clean fuel in the local market as determined by the board.


             1906          Section 44. Section 19-2-109.1 is amended to read:
             1907           19-2-109.1. Operating permit required -- Emissions fee -- Implementation.
             1908          (1) As used in this section and Sections 19-2-109.2 and 19-2-109.3 :
             1909          (a) "EPA" means the federal Environmental Protection Agency.
             1910          (b) "1990 Clean Air Act" means the federal Clean Air Act as amended in 1990.
             1911          (c) "Operating permit" means a permit issued by the executive secretary to sources of
             1912      air pollution that meet the requirements of Titles IV and V of the 1990 Clean Air Act.
             1913          (d) "Program" means the air pollution operating permit program established under this
             1914      section to comply with Title V of the 1990 Clean Air Act.
             1915          (e) "Regulated pollutant" has the same meaning as defined in Title V of the 1990
             1916      Clean Air Act and implementing federal regulations.
             1917          (2) (a) A person may not operate any source of air pollution required to have a permit
             1918      under Title V of the 1990 Clean Air Act without having obtained an operating permit from the
             1919      executive secretary under procedures the board establishes by rule.
             1920          (b) A person is not required to submit an operating permit application until the
             1921      governor has submitted an operating permit program to the EPA.
             1922          (c) Any operating permit issued under this section may not become effective until the
             1923      day after the EPA issues approval of the permit program or November 15, 1995, whichever
             1924      occurs first.
             1925          (3) (a) Operating permits issued under this section shall be for a period of five years
             1926      unless the board makes a written finding, after public comment and hearing, and based on
             1927      substantial evidence in the record, that an operating permit term of less than five years is
             1928      necessary to protect the public health and the environment of the state.
             1929          (b) The executive secretary may issue, modify, or renew an operating permit only after
             1930      providing public notice, an opportunity for public comment, and an opportunity for a public
             1931      hearing.
             1932          (c) The executive secretary shall, in conformity with the 1990 Clean Air Act and
             1933      implementing federal regulations, revise the conditions of issued operating permits to


             1934      incorporate applicable federal regulations in conformity with Section 502(b)(9) of the 1990
             1935      Clean Air Act, if the remaining period of the permit is three or more years.
             1936          (d) The executive secretary may terminate, modify, revoke, or reissue an operating
             1937      permit for cause.
             1938          (4) (a) The board shall establish a proposed annual emissions fee that conforms with
             1939      Title V of the 1990 Clean Air Act for each ton of regulated pollutant, applicable to all sources
             1940      required to obtain a permit. The emissions fee established under this section is in addition to
             1941      fees assessed under Section 19-2-108 for issuance of an approval order.
             1942          (b) In establishing the fee the board shall comply with the provisions of Section
             1943      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 that require a public hearing and require the established fee to be
             1944      submitted to the Legislature for its approval as part of the department's annual appropriations
             1945      request.
             1946          (c) The fee shall cover all reasonable direct and indirect costs required to develop and
             1947      administer the program and the small business assistance program established under Section
             1948      19-2-109.2 . The board shall prepare an annual report of the emissions fees collected and the
             1949      costs covered by those fees under this Subsection (4).
             1950          (d) The fee shall be established uniformly for all sources required to obtain an
             1951      operating permit under the program and for all regulated pollutants.
             1952          (e) The fee may not be assessed for emissions of any regulated pollutant if the
             1953      emissions are already accounted for within the emissions of another regulated pollutant.
             1954          (f) An emissions fee may not be assessed for any amount of a regulated pollutant
             1955      emitted by any source in excess of 4,000 tons per year of that regulated pollutant.
             1956          (5) Emissions fees for the period:
             1957          (a) of July 1, 1992, through June 30, 1993, shall be based on the most recent
             1958      emissions inventory prepared by the executive secretary; and
             1959          (b) on and after July 1, 1993, but prior to issuance of an operating permit, shall be
             1960      based on the most recent emissions inventory, unless a source elects prior to July 1, 1992, to
             1961      base the fee on allowable emissions, if applicable for a regulated pollutant.


             1962          (6) After an operating permit is issued the emissions fee shall be based on actual
             1963      emissions for a regulated pollutant unless a source elects, prior to the issuance or renewal of a
             1964      permit, to base the fee during the period of the permit on allowable emissions for that
             1965      regulated pollutant.
             1966          (7) If the owner or operator of a source subject to this section fails to timely pay an
             1967      annual emissions fee, the executive secretary may:
             1968          (a) impose a penalty of not more than 50% of the fee, in addition to the fee, plus
             1969      interest on the fee computed at 12% annually; or
             1970          (b) revoke the operating permit.
             1971          (8) The owner or operator of a source subject to this section may contest an emissions
             1972      fee assessment or associated penalty in an adjudicative hearing under the Title 63G, Chapter 4,
             1973      Administrative Procedures Act, as provided in this Subsection (8).
             1974          (a) The owner or operator must pay the fee under protest prior to being entitled to a
             1975      hearing. Payment of an emissions fee or penalty under protest is not a waiver of the right to
             1976      contest the fee or penalty under this section.
             1977          (b) A request for a hearing under this Subsection (8) shall be made after payment of
             1978      the emissions fee and within six months after the emissions fee was due.
             1979          (9) To reinstate an operating permit revoked under Subsection (7) the owner or
             1980      operator shall pay all outstanding emissions fees, a penalty of not more than 50% of all
             1981      outstanding fees, and interest on the outstanding emissions fees computed at 12% annually.
             1982          (10) All emissions fees and penalties collected by the department under this section
             1983      shall be deposited in the General Fund as the Air Pollution Operating Permit Program
             1984      dedicated credit to be used solely to pay for the reasonable direct and indirect costs incurred
             1985      by the department in developing and administering the program and the small business
             1986      assistance program under Section 19-2-109.2 .
             1987          (11) Failure of the executive secretary to act on any operating permit application or
             1988      renewal is a final administrative action only for the purpose of obtaining judicial review by
             1989      any of the following persons to require the executive secretary to take action on the permit or


             1990      its renewal without additional delay:
             1991          (a) the applicant;
             1992          (b) any person who participated in the public comment process; or
             1993          (c) any other person who could obtain judicial review of that action under applicable
             1994      law.
             1995          Section 45. Section 19-2-109.5 is amended to read:
             1996           19-2-109.5. Private sector air quality permitting professionals certification
             1997      program.
             1998          (1) As used in this section, "AQPP" means an air quality permitting professional.
             1999          (2) The board may establish a program to certify private sector AQPPs, including
             2000      consultants and employees of companies that may seek air quality permits from the division.
             2001      Any program established under this section shall include:
             2002          (a) a training program established and operated by the department, which describes
             2003      and explains the state law and rules regarding the air quality permit application and approval
             2004      procedure under this chapter;
             2005          (b) the requirement to pass an exam to measure qualifications of AQPP applicants;
             2006          (c) an option for certification of an AQPP by passing the exam without undergoing
             2007      any training required under the program;
             2008          (d) an application process, including a fee established under Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2009      63J-1-504 that covers the costs of the training, testing, and application process and the
             2010      department's maintenance of a list of certified AQPPs;
             2011          (e) certification of qualified AQPP applicants;
             2012          (f) maintenance by the department of a current list of certified AQPPs, which is
             2013      available to the public;
             2014          (g) procedures for the expedited review by the department of air quality permit
             2015      applications submitted by certified AQPPs; and
             2016          (h) professional standards for AQPPs.
             2017          (3) The board may not require AQPP certification as a condition of preparing or


             2018      submitting a notice of intent or operating permit application under this chapter.
             2019          (4) Any program under this section shall provide for revocation of any certification
             2020      issued under this section if the department determines, through an administrative hearing
             2021      conducted under Title 63G, Chapter 4, Administrative Procedures Act, that the AQPP:
             2022          (a) knowingly or negligently submitted false information or data as part of an air
             2023      quality permit application;
             2024          (b) prepared more than three air quality permit applications in one calendar year in a
             2025      manner that each did not substantially comply with department application requirements; or
             2026          (c) prepared any air quality permit application in violation of the professional
             2027      standards defined by department rule.
             2028          Section 46. Section 19-3-104 is amended to read:
             2029           19-3-104. Registration and licensing of radiation sources by department --
             2030      Assessment of fees -- Rulemaking authority and procedure -- Siting criteria.
             2031          (1) As used in this section:
             2032          (a) "Decommissioning" includes financial assurance.
             2033          (b) "Source material" and "byproduct material" have the same definitions as in 42
             2034      U.S.C.A. 2014, Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended.
             2035          (2) The board may require the registration or licensing of radiation sources that
             2036      constitute a significant health hazard.
             2037          (3) All sources of ionizing radiation, including ionizing radiation producing machines,
             2038      shall be registered or licensed by the department.
             2039          (4) The board may make rules:
             2040          (a) necessary for controlling exposure to sources of radiation that constitute a
             2041      significant health hazard;
             2042          (b) to meet the requirements of federal law relating to radiation control to ensure the
             2043      radiation control program under this part is qualified to maintain primacy from the federal
             2044      government;
             2045          (c) to establish:


             2046          (i) board accreditation requirements and procedures for mammography facilities; and
             2047          (ii) certification procedure and qualifications for persons who survey mammography
             2048      equipment and oversee quality assurance practices at mammography facilities; and
             2049          (d) as necessary regarding the possession, use, transfer, or delivery of source and
             2050      byproduct material and the disposal of byproduct material to establish requirements for:
             2051          (i) the licensing, operation, decontamination, and decommissioning, including
             2052      financial assurances; and
             2053          (ii) the reclamation of sites, structures, and equipment used in conjunction with the
             2054      activities described in this Subsection (4).
             2055          (5) (a) On and after January 1, 2003, a fee is imposed for the regulation of source and
             2056      byproduct material and the disposal of byproduct material at uranium mills or commercial
             2057      waste facilities, as provided in this Subsection (5).
             2058          (b) On and after January 1, 2003 through March 30, 2003:
             2059          (i) $6,667 per month for uranium mills or commercial sites disposing of or
             2060      reprocessing byproduct material; and
             2061          (ii) $4,167 per month for those uranium mills the executive secretary has determined
             2062      are on standby status.
             2063          (c) On and after March 31, 2003 through June 30, 2003 the same fees as in Subsection
             2064      (5)(b) apply, but only if the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission grants to Utah an
             2065      amendment for agreement state status for uranium recovery regulation on or before March 30,
             2066      2003.
             2067          (d) If the Nuclear Regulatory Commission does not grant the amendment for state
             2068      agreement status on or before March 30, 2003, fees under Subsection (5)(e) do not apply and
             2069      are not required to be paid until on and after the later date of:
             2070          (i) October 1, 2003; or
             2071          (ii) the date the Nuclear Regulatory Commission grants to Utah an amendment for
             2072      agreement state status for uranium recovery regulation.
             2073          (e) For the payment periods beginning on and after July 1, 2003, the department shall


             2074      establish the fees required under Subsection (5)(a) under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 ,
             2075      subject to the restrictions under Subsection (5)(d).
             2076          (f) The department shall deposit fees it receives under this Subsection (5) into the
             2077      Environmental Quality Restricted Account created in Section 19-1-108 .
             2078          (6) (a) The department shall assess fees for registration, licensing, and inspection of
             2079      radiation sources under this section.
             2080          (b) The department shall comply with the requirements of Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2081      63J-1-504 in assessing fees for licensure and registration.
             2082          (7) The department shall coordinate its activities with the Department of Health rules
             2083      made under Section 26-21a-203 .
             2084          (8) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (9), the board may not adopt rules, for the
             2085      purpose of the state assuming responsibilities from the United States Nuclear Regulatory
             2086      Commission with respect to regulation of sources of ionizing radiation, that are more stringent
             2087      than the corresponding federal regulations which address the same circumstances.
             2088          (b) In adopting those rules, the board may incorporate corresponding federal
             2089      regulations by reference.
             2090          (9) (a) The board may adopt rules more stringent than corresponding federal
             2091      regulations for the purpose described in Subsection (8) only if it makes a written finding after
             2092      public comment and hearing and based on evidence in the record that corresponding federal
             2093      regulations are not adequate to protect public health and the environment of the state.
             2094          (b) Those findings shall be accompanied by an opinion referring to and evaluating the
             2095      public health and environmental information and studies contained in the record which form
             2096      the basis for the board's conclusion.
             2097          (10) (a) The board shall by rule:
             2098          (i) authorize independent qualified experts to conduct inspections required under this
             2099      chapter of x-ray facilities registered with the division; and
             2100          (ii) establish qualifications and certification procedures necessary for independent
             2101      experts to conduct these inspections.


             2102          (b) Independent experts under this Subsection (10) are not considered employees or
             2103      representatives of the division or the state when conducting the inspections.
             2104          (11) (a) The board may by rule establish criteria for siting commercial low-level
             2105      radioactive waste treatment or disposal facilities, subject to the prohibition imposed by Section
             2106      19-3-103.7 .
             2107          (b) Subject to Subsection 19-3-105 (10), any facility under Subsection (11)(a) for
             2108      which a radioactive material license is required by this section shall comply with those criteria.
             2109          (c) Subject to Subsection 19-3-105 (10), a facility may not receive a radioactive
             2110      material license until siting criteria have been established by the board. The criteria also apply
             2111      to facilities that have applied for but not received a radioactive material license.
             2112          (12) The board shall by rule establish financial assurance requirements for closure
             2113      and postclosure care of radioactive waste land disposal facilities, taking into account existing
             2114      financial assurance requirements.
             2115          Section 47. Section 19-3-106.4 is amended to read:
             2116           19-3-106.4. Generator site access permits.
             2117          (1) A generator or broker may not transfer radioactive waste to a commercial
             2118      radioactive waste treatment or disposal facility in the state without first obtaining a generator
             2119      site access permit from the executive secretary.
             2120          (2) The board may make rules pursuant to Section 19-3-104 governing a generator site
             2121      access permit program.
             2122          (3) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (3)(b), the department shall establish fees for
             2123      generator site access permits in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2124          (b) On and after July 1, 2001 through June 30, 2002, the fees are:
             2125          (i) $1,300 for generators transferring 1,000 or more cubic feet of radioactive waste per
             2126      year;
             2127          (ii) $500 for generators transferring less than 1,000 cubic feet of radioactive waste per
             2128      year; and
             2129          (iii) $5,000 for brokers.


             2130          (c) The department shall deposit fees received under this section into the
             2131      Environmental Quality Restricted Account created in Section 19-1-108 .
             2132          (4) This section does not apply to a generator or broker transferring radioactive waste
             2133      to a uranium mill licensed under 10 C.F.R. Part 40, Domestic Licensing of Source Material.
             2134          Section 48. Section 19-3-308 is amended to read:
             2135           19-3-308. Application fee and annual fees.
             2136          (1) (a) Any application for a waste transfer, storage, decay in storage, treatment, or
             2137      disposal facility shall be accompanied by an initial fee of $5,000,000.
             2138          (b) The applicant shall subsequently pay an additional fee to cover the costs to the
             2139      state associated with review of the application, including costs to the state and the state's
             2140      contractors for permitting, technical, administrative, legal, safety, and emergency response
             2141      reviews, planning, training, infrastructure, and other impact analyses, studies, and services
             2142      required to evaluate a proposed facility.
             2143          (2) For the purpose of funding the state oversight and inspection of any waste transfer,
             2144      storage, decay in storage, treatment, or disposal facility, and to establish state infrastructure,
             2145      including, but not limited to providing for state Department of Environmental Quality, state
             2146      Department of Transportation, state Department of Public Safety, and other state agencies'
             2147      technical, administrative, legal, infrastructure, maintenance, training, safety, socio-economic,
             2148      law enforcement, and emergency resources necessary to respond to these facilities, the owner
             2149      or operator shall pay to the state a fee as established by department rule under Section
             2150      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 , to be assessed:
             2151          (a) per ton of storage cask and high level nuclear waste per year for storage, decay in
             2152      storage, treatment, or disposal of high level nuclear waste;
             2153          (b) per ton of transportation cask and high level nuclear waste for each transfer of high
             2154      level nuclear waste;
             2155          (c) per ton of storage cask and greater than class C radioactive waste for the storage,
             2156      decay in storage, treatment, or disposal of greater than class C radioactive waste; and
             2157          (d) per ton of transportation cask and greater than class C radioactive waste for each


             2158      transfer of greater than class C radioactive waste.
             2159          (3) Funds collected under Subsection (2) shall be placed in the Nuclear Accident and
             2160      Hazard Compensation Account, created in Subsection 19-3-309 (3).
             2161          (4) The owner or operator of the facility shall pay the fees imposed under this section
             2162      to the department on or before the 15th day of the month following the month in which the fee
             2163      accrued.
             2164          (5) Annual fees due under this part accrue on July 1 of each year and shall be paid to
             2165      the department by July 15 of that year.
             2166          Section 49. Section 19-3-315 is amended to read:
             2167           19-3-315. Transportation requirements.
             2168          (1) A person may not transport wastes in the state, including on highways, roads, rail,
             2169      by air, or otherwise, without:
             2170          (a) having received approval from the state Department of Transportation; and
             2171          (b) having demonstrated compliance with rules of the state Department of
             2172      Transportation.
             2173          (2) The Department of Transportation may:
             2174          (a) make rules requiring a transport and route approval permit, weight restrictions,
             2175      tracking systems, and state escort; and
             2176          (b) assess appropriate fees as established under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 for
             2177      each shipment of waste, consistent with the requirements and limitations of federal law.
             2178          (3) The Department of Environmental Quality shall establish any other transportation
             2179      rules as necessary to protect the public health, safety, and environment.
             2180          (4) Unless expressly authorized by the governor, with the concurrence of the
             2181      Legislature, an easement or other interest in property may not be granted upon any lands
             2182      within the state for a right of way for any carrier transportation system that:
             2183          (a) is not a class I common or contract rail carrier organized and doing business prior
             2184      to January 1, 1999; and
             2185          (b) transports high level nuclear waste or greater than class C radioactive waste to a


             2186      storage facility within the state.
             2187          Section 50. Section 19-5-120 is amended to read:
             2188           19-5-120. Sewage permit program fee.
             2189          (1) The department may assess a fee established under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504
             2190      against persons required to obtain a permit under Section 19-5-108 for the management of
             2191      sewage sludge, to be applied to the costs of administering the sewage permit program required
             2192      by this chapter.
             2193          (2) The total of the combined fees assessed against all permittees under this section
             2194      may not be more than $28,000 annually.
             2195          (3) In establishing the fee for each sludge disposal permit holder, the department shall
             2196      take into account the proportionate size of the population served by the permit holder.
             2197          (4) All proceeds from the fee shall be applied to the administering of the sewage
             2198      permit program required by this chapter.
             2199          Section 51. Section 19-5-121 is amended to read:
             2200           19-5-121. Underground wastewater disposal systems -- Certification required to
             2201      design, inspect, maintain, or conduct percolation or soil tests -- Exemptions -- Rules --
             2202      Fees.
             2203          (1) As used in this section, "maintain" does not include the pumping of an
             2204      underground wastewater disposal system.
             2205          (2) (a) Except as provided in Subsections (2)(b) and (2)(c), beginning January 1, 2002,
             2206      a person may not design, inspect, maintain, or conduct percolation or soil tests for an
             2207      underground wastewater disposal system, without first obtaining certification from the board.
             2208          (b) An individual is not required to obtain certification from the board to maintain an
             2209      underground wastewater disposal system that serves a noncommercial, private residence
             2210      owned by the individual or a member of the individual's family and in which the individual or
             2211      a member of the individual's family resides or an employee of the individual resides without
             2212      payment of rent.
             2213          (c) The board shall make rules allowing an uncertified individual to conduct


             2214      percolation or soil tests for an underground wastewater disposal system that serves a
             2215      noncommercial, private residence owned by the individual and in which the individual resides
             2216      or intends to reside, or which is intended for use by an employee of the individual without
             2217      payment of rent, if the individual:
             2218          (i) has the capability of properly conducting the tests; and
             2219          (ii) is supervised by a certified individual when conducting the tests.
             2220          (3) (a) The board shall adopt and enforce rules for the certification and recertification
             2221      of individuals who design, inspect, maintain, or conduct percolation or soil tests for
             2222      underground wastewater disposal systems.
             2223          (b) (i) The rules shall specify requirements for education and training and the type and
             2224      duration of experience necessary to obtain certification.
             2225          (ii) The rules shall recognize the following in meeting the requirements for
             2226      certification:
             2227          (A) the experience of a contractor licensed under Title 58, Chapter 55, Utah
             2228      Construction Trades Licensing Act, who has five or more years of experience installing
             2229      underground wastewater disposal systems;
             2230          (B) the experience of an environmental health scientist licensed under Title 58,
             2231      Chapter 20a, Environmental Health Scientist Act; or
             2232          (C) the educational background of a professional engineer licensed under Title 58,
             2233      Chapter 22, Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors Licensing Act.
             2234          (iii) If eligibility for certification is based on experience, the applicant for certification
             2235      must show proof of experience.
             2236          (4) The department may establish fees in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2237      63J-1-504 for the testing and certification of individuals who design, inspect, maintain, or
             2238      conduct percolation or soil tests for underground wastewater disposal systems.
             2239          Section 52. Section 19-5-122 is amended to read:
             2240           19-5-122. Underground wastewater disposal systems -- Fee imposed on new
             2241      systems.


             2242          (1) Beginning July 1, 2001, a one-time fee is imposed on each new underground
             2243      wastewater disposal system installed.
             2244          (2) (a) From July 1, 2001 through June 30, 2002, the fee shall be $25.
             2245          (b) Beginning July 1, 2002, the fee shall be established by the department in
             2246      accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2247          (3) (a) The fee shall be paid when plans and specifications for the construction of a
             2248      new underground wastewater disposal system are approved by the local health department or
             2249      the Department of Environmental Quality.
             2250          (b) A local health department shall remit the fee revenue to the Division of Finance
             2251      quarterly.
             2252          (4) The fee revenue shall be:
             2253          (a) deposited into the Underground Wastewater Disposal Restricted Account created
             2254      in Section 19-5-123 ; and
             2255          (b) used to pay for costs of underground wastewater disposal system training
             2256      programs.
             2257          Section 53. Section 19-6-408 is amended to read:
             2258           19-6-408. Underground storage tank registration fee -- Processing fee for tanks
             2259      not in the program.
             2260          (1) The department may assess an annual underground storage tank registration fee
             2261      against owners or operators of underground storage tanks that have not been closed. These
             2262      fees shall be:
             2263          (a) billed per facility;
             2264          (b) due on July 1 annually;
             2265          (c) deposited with the department as dedicated credits;
             2266          (d) used by the department for the administration of the underground storage tank
             2267      program outlined in this part; and
             2268          (e) established under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2269          (2) (a) In addition to the fee under Subsection (1), an owner or operator who elects to


             2270      demonstrate financial assurance through a mechanism other than the Environmental
             2271      Assurance Program shall pay a processing fee of:
             2272          (i) for fiscal year 1997-98, $1,000 for each financial assurance mechanism document
             2273      submitted to the division for review; and
             2274          (ii) on and after July 1, 1998, a processing fee established under Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2275      63J-1-504 .
             2276          (b) If a combination of financial assurance mechanisms is used to demonstrate
             2277      financial assurance, the fee under Subsection (2)(a) shall be paid for each document
             2278      submitted.
             2279          (c) As used in this Subsection (2), "financial assurance mechanism document" may be
             2280      a single document that covers more than one facility through a single financial assurance
             2281      mechanism.
             2282          (3) Any funds provided for administration of the underground storage tank program
             2283      under this section that are not expended at the end of the fiscal year lapse into the Petroleum
             2284      Storage Tank Restricted Account created in Section 19-6-405.5 .
             2285          (4) The executive secretary shall provide all owners or operators who pay the annual
             2286      underground storage tank registration fee a certificate of registration.
             2287          (5) (a) The executive secretary may issue a notice of agency action assessing a civil
             2288      penalty of $1,000 per facility if an owner or operator of an underground storage tank facility
             2289      fails to pay the required fee within 60 days after the July 1 due date.
             2290          (b) The registration fee and late payment penalty accrue interest at 12% per annum.
             2291          (c) If the registration fee, late payment penalty, and interest accrued under this
             2292      Subsection (5) are not paid in full within 60 days after the July 1 due date any certificate of
             2293      compliance issued prior to the July 1 due date lapses. The executive secretary may not reissue
             2294      the certificate of compliance until full payment under this Subsection (5) is made to the
             2295      department.
             2296          (d) The executive secretary may waive any penalty assessed under this Subsection (5)
             2297      if no fuel has been dispensed from the tank on or after July 1, 1991.


             2298          Section 54. Section 19-6-806 is amended to read:
             2299           19-6-806. Registration of waste tire transporters and recyclers.
             2300          (1) (a) The executive secretary shall register each applicant for registration to act as a
             2301      waste tire transporter if the applicant meets the requirements of this section.
             2302          (b) An applicant for registration as a waste tire transporter shall:
             2303          (i) submit an application in a form prescribed by the executive secretary;
             2304          (ii) pay a fee as determined by the board under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 ;
             2305          (iii) provide the name and business address of the operator;
             2306          (iv) provide proof of liability insurance or other form of financial responsibility in an
             2307      amount determined by board rule, but not more than $300,000, for any liability the waste tire
             2308      transporter may incur in transporting waste tires; and
             2309          (v) meet requirements established by board rule.
             2310          (c) The holder of a registration under this section shall advise the executive secretary
             2311      in writing of any changes in application information provided to the executive secretary within
             2312      20 days of the change.
             2313          (d) If the executive secretary has reason to believe a waste tire transporter has disposed
             2314      of tires other than as allowed under this part, the executive secretary shall conduct an
             2315      investigation and, after complying with the procedural requirements of Title 63G, Chapter 4,
             2316      Administrative Procedures Act, may revoke the registration.
             2317          (2) (a) The executive secretary shall register each applicant for registration to act as a
             2318      waste tire recycler if the applicant meets the requirements of this section.
             2319          (b) An applicant for registration as a waste tire recycler shall:
             2320          (i) submit an application in a form prescribed by the executive secretary;
             2321          (ii) pay a fee as determined by the board under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 ;
             2322          (iii) provide the name and business address of the operator of the recycling business;
             2323          (iv) provide proof of liability insurance or other form of financial responsibility in an
             2324      amount determined by board rule, but not more than $300,000, for any liability the waste tire
             2325      recycler may incur in storing and recycling waste tires;


             2326          (v) engage in activities as described under the definition of recycler in Section
             2327      19-6-803 ; and
             2328          (vi) meet requirements established by board rule.
             2329          (c) The holder of a registration under this section shall advise the executive secretary
             2330      in writing of any changes in application information provided to the executive secretary within
             2331      20 days of the change.
             2332          (d) If the executive secretary has reason to believe a waste tire recycler has falsified
             2333      any information provided in an application for partial reimbursement under this section, the
             2334      executive secretary shall, after complying with the procedural requirements of Title 63G,
             2335      Chapter 4, Administrative Procedures Act, revoke the registration.
             2336          (3) The board shall establish a uniform fee for registration which shall be imposed by
             2337      any unit of local government or local health department that requires a registration fee as part
             2338      of the registration of waste tire transporters or waste tire recyclers.
             2339          Section 55. Section 19-6-1003 is amended to read:
             2340           19-6-1003. Board and executive secretary powers.
             2341          (1) By following the procedures and requirements of Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah
             2342      Administrative Rulemaking Act, the board shall make rules:
             2343          (a) governing administrative proceedings under this part;
             2344          (b) specifying the terms and conditions under which the executive secretary shall
             2345      approve, disapprove, revoke, or review a plan submitted by a manufacturer; and
             2346          (c) governing reports and educational materials required by this part.
             2347          (2) These rules shall include:
             2348          (a) time requirements for plan submission, review, approval, and implementation;
             2349          (b) a public notice and comment period for a proposed plan; and
             2350          (c) safety standards for the collection, packaging, transportation, storage, recycling,
             2351      and disposal of mercury switches.
             2352          (3) The board may request the attorney general to bring an action for injunctive relief
             2353      and enforcement of this part, including, without limitation, imposition of the penalty provided


             2354      in Section 19-6-1006 .
             2355          (4) As authorized by the board, the executive secretary may:
             2356          (a) review and approve or disapprove plans, specifications, or other data related to
             2357      mercury switch removal;
             2358          (b) enforce a rule by issuing a notice, an order, or both, which may be subsequently
             2359      amended or revoked by the board; and
             2360          (c) initiate an administrative action to compel compliance with this part and any rules
             2361      adopted under this part.
             2362          (5) The executive secretary shall establish a fee to cover the costs of a plan's review by
             2363      following the procedures and requirements of Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2364          Section 56. Section 19-8-117 is amended to read:
             2365           19-8-117. Program report and budget allocations -- Fee schedule.
             2366          (1) (a) For applications submitted on or after May 5, 1997 through June 30, 1998, the
             2367      application fee under this chapter is $2,000.
             2368          (b) Regarding applications submitted on and after July 1, 1998, the executive director
             2369      shall annually calculate the costs to administer the voluntary cleanup program under this
             2370      chapter and shall establish the fees for the program under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2371          (2) All fees under Subsection (1) shall be deposited in the account created under
             2372      Section 19-8-103 .
             2373          Section 57. Section 23-14-18 is amended to read:
             2374           23-14-18. Establishment of seasons, locations, limits, and regulations by Wildlife
             2375      Board.
             2376          (1) To provide an adequate and flexible system of protection, propagation,
             2377      introduction, increase, control, harvest, management, and conservation of protected wildlife in
             2378      this state and to provide for the use and development of protected wildlife for public recreation
             2379      and food supply while maintaining a sustainable population of protected wildlife, the Wildlife
             2380      Board shall determine the circumstances, time, location, means, and the amounts, and
             2381      numbers of protected wildlife which may be taken.


             2382          (2) The Wildlife Board shall, except as otherwise specified in this code:
             2383          (a) fix seasons and shorten, extend, or close seasons on any species of protected
             2384      wildlife in any locality, or in the entire state, if the board finds that the action is necessary to
             2385      effectuate proper wildlife management and control;
             2386          (b) close or open areas to fishing, trapping, or hunting;
             2387          (c) establish refuges and preserves;
             2388          (d) regulate and prescribe the means by which protected wildlife may be taken;
             2389          (e) regulate the transportation and storage of protected wildlife, or their parts, within
             2390      the boundaries of the state and the shipment or transportation out of the state;
             2391          (f) establish or change bag limits and possession limits;
             2392          (g) prescribe safety measures and establish other regulations as may be considered
             2393      necessary in the interest of wildlife conservation and the safety and welfare of hunters,
             2394      trappers, fishermen, landowners, and the public;
             2395          (h) (i) prescribe when licenses, permits, tags, and certificates of registration shall be
             2396      required and procedures for their issuance and use; and
             2397          (ii) establish forms and fees for licenses, permits, tags, and certificates of registration;
             2398      and
             2399          (i) prescribe rules and regulations as it may consider necessary to control the use and
             2400      harvest of protected wildlife by private associations, clubs, partnerships, or corporations,
             2401      provided the rules and regulations do not preclude the landowner from personally controlling
             2402      trespass upon the owner's properties nor from charging a fee to trespass for purposes of
             2403      hunting or fishing.
             2404          (3) The Wildlife Board may allow a season on protected wildlife to commence on any
             2405      day of the week except Sunday.
             2406          (4) The Wildlife Board shall establish fees for licenses, permits, tags, and certificates
             2407      of registration in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2408          Section 58. Section 23-16-4 is amended to read:
             2409           23-16-4. Compensation for damage to crops, fences, or irrigation equipment --


             2410      Limitations -- Appeals.
             2411          (1) The division may provide compensation to claimants for damage caused by big
             2412      game to:
             2413          (a) cultivated crops from or on cleared and planted land;
             2414          (b) fences on private land; or
             2415          (c) irrigation equipment on private land.
             2416          (2) To be eligible to receive compensation as provided in this section, the claimant:
             2417          (a) must notify the division of the damage within 72 hours after the damage is
             2418      discovered; and
             2419          (b) allow division personnel reasonable access to the property to verify and alleviate
             2420      the depredation problem.
             2421          (3) (a) The appraisal of the damage shall be made by the claimant and the division as
             2422      soon after notification as possible.
             2423          (b) In determining damage payment, the division and claimant shall consider:
             2424          (i) the extent of damage experienced; and
             2425          (ii) any revenue the landowner derives from:
             2426          (A) participation in a cooperative wildlife management unit;
             2427          (B) use of landowner association permits;
             2428          (C) use of mitigation permits; and
             2429          (D) charging for hunter access.
             2430          (c) In determining how to assess and compensate for damages to cultivated crops, the
             2431      division's determination shall be based on the:
             2432          (i) full replacement value in the local market of the cultivated crops that actually have
             2433      been or will be damaged or consumed by big game animals; and
             2434          (ii) cost of delivery of a replacement crop to the location of the damaged crop or other
             2435      location that is not farther from the source of the replacement crop.
             2436          (d) If the claimant and the division are unable to agree on a fair and equitable damage
             2437      payment, they shall designate a third party, consisting of one or more persons familiar with the


             2438      crops, fences, or irrigation equipment and the type of game animals doing the damage, to
             2439      appraise the damage.
             2440          (4) (a) Notwithstanding Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 , the total amount of
             2441      compensation that may be provided by the division pursuant to this section and the total cost
             2442      of fencing materials provided by the division to prevent crop damage may not exceed the
             2443      legislative appropriation for fencing material and compensation for damaged crops, fences,
             2444      and irrigation equipment.
             2445          (b) (i) Any claim of $1,000 or less may be paid after appraisal of the damage as
             2446      provided in Subsection (3), unless the claim brings the total amount of claims submitted by
             2447      the claimant in the fiscal year to an amount in excess of $1,000.
             2448          (ii) Any claim for damage to irrigation equipment may be paid after appraisal of the
             2449      damage as provided in Subsection (3).
             2450          (c) (i) Any claim in excess of $1,000, or claim that brings the total amount of claims
             2451      submitted by the claimant in the fiscal year to an amount in excess of $1,000, shall be treated
             2452      as follows:
             2453          (A) $1,000 may be paid pursuant to the conditions of this section; and
             2454          (B) the amount in excess of $1,000 may not be paid until the total amount of the
             2455      approved claims of all the claimants and expenses for fencing materials for the fiscal year are
             2456      determined.
             2457          (ii) If the total exceeds the amount appropriated by the Legislature pursuant to
             2458      Subsection (4)(a), claims in excess of $1,000, or any claim that brings the total amount of a
             2459      claimant's claims in a fiscal year to an amount in excess of $1,000, shall be prorated.
             2460          (5) The division may deny or limit compensation if the claimant:
             2461          (a) has failed to exercise reasonable care and diligence to avoid the loss or minimize
             2462      the damage; or
             2463          (b) has unreasonably restricted hunting on land under the claimant's control or passage
             2464      through the land to access public lands for the purpose of hunting, after receiving written
             2465      notification from the division of the necessity of allowing such hunting or access to control or


             2466      mitigate damage by big game.
             2467          (6) (a) The Wildlife Board shall make rules specifying procedures for the appeal of
             2468      division actions under this section.
             2469          (b) Upon the petition of an aggrieved party to a final division action, the Wildlife
             2470      Board may review the action on the record and issue an order modifying or rescinding the
             2471      division action.
             2472          (c) A qualified hearing examiner may be appointed for purposes of taking evidence
             2473      and making recommendations for a board order. The board shall consider the
             2474      recommendations of the examiner in making decisions.
             2475          (d) Board review of final agency action and judicial review of final board action shall
             2476      be governed by Title 63G, Chapter 4, Administrative Procedures Act.
             2477          Section 59. Section 26-1-6 is amended to read:
             2478           26-1-6. Fee schedule adopted by department.
             2479          (1) The department may adopt a schedule of fees that may be assessed for services
             2480      rendered by the department, provided that the fees are:
             2481          (a) reasonable and fair; and
             2482          (b) submitted to the Legislature as part of the department's annual appropriations
             2483      request.
             2484          (2) When the department submits a fee schedule to the Legislature, the Legislature, in
             2485      accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 , may:
             2486          (a) approve the fee;
             2487          (b) increase or decrease and approve the fee; or
             2488          (c) reject any fee submitted to it.
             2489          (3) Fees approved by the Legislature pursuant to this section shall be paid into the
             2490      state treasury in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-404 ] 63J-1-104 .
             2491          Section 60. Section 26-2-22 is amended to read:
             2492           26-2-22. Inspection of vital records.
             2493          (1) (a) The vital records shall be open to inspection, but only in compliance with the


             2494      provisions of this chapter, department rules, and Section 78B-6-144 .
             2495          (b) It is unlawful for any state or local officer or employee to disclose data contained
             2496      in vital records contrary to this chapter or department rule.
             2497          (c) A custodian of vital records may permit inspection of a vital record or issue a
             2498      certified copy of a record or a part of a record when the custodian is satisfied that the applicant
             2499      has demonstrated a direct, tangible, and legitimate interest.
             2500          (2) A direct, tangible, and legitimate interest in a vital record is present only if:
             2501          (a) the request is from:
             2502          (i) the subject;
             2503          (ii) a member of the subject's immediate family;
             2504          (iii) the guardian of the subject;
             2505          (iv) a designated legal representative of the subject; or
             2506          (v) a person, including a child-placing agency as defined in Section 78B-6-103 , with
             2507      whom a child has been placed pending finalization of an adoption of the child;
             2508          (b) the request involves a personal or property right of the subject of the record;
             2509          (c) the request is for official purposes of a state, local, or federal governmental agency;
             2510          (d) the request is for a statistical or medical research program and prior consent has
             2511      been obtained from the state registrar; or
             2512          (e) the request is a certified copy of an order of a court of record specifying the record
             2513      to be examined or copied.
             2514          (3) For purposes of Subsection (2):
             2515          (a) "immediate family member" means a spouse, child, parent, sibling, grandparent, or
             2516      grandchild;
             2517          (b) a designated legal representative means an attorney, physician, funeral service
             2518      director, genealogist, or other agent of the subject or the subject's immediate family who has
             2519      been delegated the authority to access vital records;
             2520          (c) except as provided in Title 78B, Chapter 6, Part 1, Utah Adoption Act, a parent, or
             2521      the immediate family member of a parent, who does not have legal or physical custody of or


             2522      visitation or parent-time rights for a child because of the termination of parental rights
             2523      pursuant to Title 78A, Chapter 6, Juvenile Court Act of 1996, or by virtue of consenting to or
             2524      relinquishing a child for adoption pursuant to Title 78B, Chapter 6, Part 1, Utah Adoption Act,
             2525      may not be considered as having a direct, tangible, and legitimate interest; and
             2526          (d) a commercial firm or agency requesting names, addresses, or similar information
             2527      may not be considered as having a direct, tangible, and legitimate interest.
             2528          (4) Upon payment of a fee established in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2529      63J-1-504 , the following records shall be available to the public:
             2530          (a) except as provided in Subsection 26-2-10 (4)(b), a birth record, excluding
             2531      confidential information collected for medical and health use, if 100 years or more have
             2532      passed since the date of birth;
             2533          (b) a death record if 50 years or more have passed since the date of death; and
             2534          (c) a vital record not subject to Subsection (4)(a) or (b) if 75 years or more have
             2535      passed since the date of the event upon which the record is based.
             2536          Section 61. Section 26-21a-205 is amended to read:
             2537           26-21a-205. Department duties.
             2538          The department shall:
             2539          (1) enforce rules established under this part;
             2540          (2) authorize qualified department agents to conduct inspections of mammogram
             2541      facilities under department rules;
             2542          (3) collect and credit fees for certification under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 ; and
             2543          (4) provide necessary administrative and staff support to the committee.
             2544          Section 62. Section 31A-3-103 is amended to read:
             2545           31A-3-103. Fees.
             2546          (1) For purposes of this section:
             2547          (a) "Regulatory fee" is as defined in Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2548          (b) "Services" means functions that are reasonable and necessary to enable the
             2549      commissioner to perform the duties imposed by this title including:


             2550          (i) issuing and renewing licenses and certificates of authority;
             2551          (ii) filing policy forms;
             2552          (iii) reporting agent appointments and terminations; and
             2553          (iv) filing annual statements.
             2554          (c) Fees related to the renewal of licenses may be imposed no more frequently than
             2555      once each year.
             2556          (2) (a) A regulatory fee charged by the department shall be set in accordance with
             2557      Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2558          (b) Fees shall be set and collected for services provided by the department.
             2559          (3) (a) For a fee authorized by this chapter that is not a regulatory fee, the department
             2560      may adopt a schedule of fees provided that each fee in the schedule of fees is:
             2561          (i) reasonable and fair; and
             2562          (ii) submitted to the Legislature as part of the department's annual appropriations
             2563      request.
             2564          (b) If a fee schedule described in Subsection (3)(a) is submitted as part of the
             2565      department's annual appropriations request, the Legislature may, in a manner substantially
             2566      similar to Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 :
             2567          (i) approve any fee in the fee schedule;
             2568          (ii) (A) increase or decrease any fee in the fee schedule; and
             2569          (B) approve any fee in the fee schedule as changed by the Legislature; or
             2570          (iii) reject any fee in the fee schedule.
             2571          (c) (i) Except as provided in Subsection (3)(c)(ii), a fee approved by the Legislature
             2572      pursuant to this Subsection (3) shall be deposited into the General Fund for appropriation by
             2573      the Legislature.
             2574          (ii) A fee approved by the Legislature pursuant to this Subsection (3) that relates to the
             2575      use of electronic or other similar technology to provide the services of the department shall be
             2576      deposited into the General Fund as a dedicated credit to be used by the department to provide
             2577      services through use of electronic commerce or other similar technology.


             2578          (4) The commissioner shall separately publish the schedule of fees approved by the
             2579      Legislature and make it available upon request for $1 per copy. This fee schedule shall also be
             2580      included in any compilation of rules promulgated by the commissioner.
             2581          (5) The commissioner shall, by rule, establish the deadlines for payment of any fee
             2582      established by the department in accordance with this section.
             2583          Section 63. Section 31A-3-304 (Superseded 07/01/10) is amended to read:
             2584           31A-3-304 (Superseded 07/01/10). Annual fees -- Other taxes or fees prohibited.
             2585          (1) (a) A captive insurance company shall pay an annual fee imposed under this
             2586      section to obtain or renew a certificate of authority.
             2587          (b) The commissioner shall:
             2588          (i) determine the annual fee pursuant to Sections 31A-3-103 and [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2589      63J-1-504 ; and
             2590          (ii) consider whether the annual fee is competitive with fees imposed by other states
             2591      on captive insurance companies.
             2592          (2) A captive insurance company that fails to pay the fee required by this section is
             2593      subject to the relevant sanctions of this title.
             2594          (3) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (3)(b) and notwithstanding Title 59, Chapter
             2595      9, Taxation of Admitted Insurers, the fee provided for in this section constitutes the sole tax or
             2596      fee under the laws of this state that may be otherwise levied or assessed on a captive insurance
             2597      company, and no other occupation tax or other tax or fee may be levied or collected from a
             2598      captive insurance company by the state or a county, city, or municipality within this state.
             2599          (b) Notwithstanding Subsection (3)(a), a captive insurance company is subject to real
             2600      and personal property taxes.
             2601          (4) A captive insurance company shall pay the fee imposed by this section to the
             2602      department by March 31 of each year.
             2603          (5) (a) The funds received pursuant to Subsection (2) shall be deposited into the
             2604      General Fund as a dedicated credit to be used by the department to:
             2605          (i) administer and enforce Chapter 37, Captive Insurance Companies Act; and


             2606          (ii) promote the captive insurance industry in Utah.
             2607          (b) At the end of each fiscal year, funds received by the department in excess of
             2608      $250,000 shall be treated as free revenue in the General Fund.
             2609          Section 64. Section 31A-3-304 (Effective 07/01/10) is amended to read:
             2610           31A-3-304 (Effective 07/01/10). Annual fees -- Other taxes or fees prohibited.
             2611          (1) (a) A captive insurance company shall pay an annual fee imposed under this
             2612      section to obtain or renew a certificate of authority.
             2613          (b) The commissioner shall:
             2614          (i) determine the annual fee pursuant to Sections 31A-3-103 and [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2615      63J-1-504 ; and
             2616          (ii) consider whether the annual fee is competitive with fees imposed by other states
             2617      on captive insurance companies.
             2618          (2) A captive insurance company that fails to pay the fee required by this section is
             2619      subject to the relevant sanctions of this title.
             2620          (3) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (3)(b) and notwithstanding Title 59, Chapter
             2621      9, Taxation of Admitted Insurers, the fee provided for in this section constitutes the sole tax or
             2622      fee under the laws of this state that may be otherwise levied or assessed on a captive insurance
             2623      company, and no other occupation tax or other tax or fee may be levied or collected from a
             2624      captive insurance company by the state or a county, city, or municipality within this state.
             2625          (b) Notwithstanding Subsection (3)(a), a captive insurance company is subject to real
             2626      and personal property taxes.
             2627          (4) A captive insurance company shall pay the fee imposed by this section to the
             2628      department by March 31 of each year.
             2629          (5) (a) The funds received pursuant to Subsection (2) shall be deposited into the
             2630      General Fund as a dedicated credit to be used by the department to:
             2631          (i) administer and enforce Chapter 37, Captive Insurance Companies Act; and
             2632          (ii) promote the captive insurance industry in Utah.
             2633          (b) At the end of each fiscal year, funds received by the department in excess of


             2634      $750,000 shall be treated as free revenue in the General Fund.
             2635          Section 65. Section 31A-34-104 is amended to read:
             2636           31A-34-104. Alliance -- Required license.
             2637          (1) A person must be licensed as an alliance pursuant to this chapter to directly or
             2638      indirectly make available or otherwise arrange for health insurance through multiple
             2639      unaffiliated insurers through the use of coordinated actuarial models, coordinated
             2640      underwriting, or coordinated marketing methodologies.
             2641          (2) (a) A person may not hold itself out as a health insurance purchasing alliance,
             2642      purchasing alliance, health insurance purchasing cooperative, purchasing cooperative, or
             2643      otherwise use a similar name unless licensed by the commissioner as an alliance.
             2644          (b) Notwithstanding Subsection (2)(a), a person may hold itself out as a voluntary
             2645      health insurance purchasing association without being licensed by the commissioner as
             2646      provided in Section 31A-34-105 .
             2647          (3) To apply for licensure as an alliance, a person shall complete an application in a
             2648      form designated by the commissioner and file it with the commissioner, together with the
             2649      applicable filing fees determined by the commissioner under Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2650          Section 66. Section 31A-35-301 is amended to read:
             2651           31A-35-301. The commissioner's authority.
             2652          (1) The commissioner shall:
             2653          (a) make rules as necessary for the administration of this chapter;
             2654          (b) with information as provided by the board, issue or deny licensure under this
             2655      chapter;
             2656          (c) take action regarding a license, including suspension or revocation; and
             2657          (d) maintain and publish a current list of licensed bail bond surety companies and
             2658      producers.
             2659          (2) The commissioner may establish fees for the issuance, renewal, and reinstatement
             2660      of a bail bond surety company license in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2661          Section 67. Section 31A-35-401 is amended to read:


             2662           31A-35-401. Requirement for license or certificate of authority -- Process -- Fees
             2663      -- Limitations.
             2664          (1) (a) A person may not engage in the bail bond surety insurance business unless that
             2665      person:
             2666          (i) is a bail bond surety company licensed under this chapter;
             2667          (ii) is a surety insurer that is granted a certificate under this section in the same
             2668      manner as other insurers doing business in this state are granted certificates of authority under
             2669      this title; or
             2670          (iii) is a bail bond producer licensed in accordance with this section.
             2671          (b) A bail bond surety company shall be licensed under this chapter as an agency.
             2672          (c) A bail bond producer shall be licensed under Chapter 23a, Insurance Marketing -
             2673      Licensing Producers, Consultants, and Reinsurance Intermediaries, as a limited lines producer.
             2674          (2) A person applying for a bail bond surety company license under this chapter shall
             2675      submit to the commissioner:
             2676          (a) a completed application form as prescribed by the commissioner;
             2677          (b) a fee as determined by the commissioner in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2678      63J-1-504 ; and
             2679          (c) any additional information required by rule.
             2680          (3) Fees required under this section are not refundable.
             2681          (4) Fees collected from a bail bond surety company shall be deposited in a restricted
             2682      account created in Section 31A-35-407 .
             2683          (5) (a) A bail bond surety company shall be domiciled in Utah.
             2684          (b) A bail bond producer shall be a resident of Utah.
             2685          (c) A foreign surety insurer that is granted a certificate to issue bail bonds may only
             2686      issue bail bonds through a bail bond surety company licensed under this chapter.
             2687          Section 68. Section 31A-35-406 is amended to read:
             2688           31A-35-406. Renewal and reinstatement.
             2689          (1) (a) To renew its license under this chapter, on or before the last day of the month in


             2690      which the license expires a bail bond surety company shall:
             2691          (i) complete and submit a renewal application to the department; and
             2692          (ii) pay the department the applicable renewal fee established in accordance with
             2693      Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2694          (b) A bail bond surety company shall renew its license under this chapter annually as
             2695      established by department rule, regardless of when the license is issued.
             2696          (2) A bail bond surety company may renew a bail bond surety company license not
             2697      renewed under Subsection (1) within 30 days after the expiration date by:
             2698          (a) submitting a renewal application required by Subsection (1); and
             2699          (b) paying a late renewal fee established in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2700      63J-1-504 .
             2701          (3) A bail bond surety company may apply for reinstatement of an expired bail bond
             2702      surety company license between 31 days and six months following the expiration of the license
             2703      under Subsection (1) by:
             2704          (a) submitting the renewal application required by Subsection (1); and
             2705          (b) paying a license reinstatement fee established in accordance with Section
             2706      [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2707          (4) If a bail bond surety company license has been expired for more than six months,
             2708      the person applying for reinstatement of the bail bond surety license shall:
             2709          (a) submit an application form to the commissioner; and
             2710          (b) pay the application fee established in accordance with Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2711      63J-1-504 .
             2712          (5) If a bail bond surety company license is suspended, the applicant may not submit
             2713      an application for a bail bond surety company license until after the end of the period of
             2714      suspension.
             2715          (6) Fees collected under this section shall be deposited in the restricted account
             2716      created in Section 31A-35-407 .
             2717          Section 69. Section 31A-37-202 is amended to read:


             2718           31A-37-202. Permissive areas of insurance.
             2719          (1) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (1)(b), when permitted by its articles of
             2720      incorporation or charter, a captive insurance company may apply to the commissioner for a
             2721      certificate of authority to do all insurance authorized by this title except workers'
             2722      compensation insurance.
             2723          (b) Notwithstanding Subsection (1)(a):
             2724          (i) a pure captive insurance company may not insure a risk other than a risk of:
             2725          (A) its parent or affiliate;
             2726          (B) a controlled unaffiliated business; or
             2727          (C) a combination of Subsections (1)(b)(i)(A) and (B);
             2728          (ii) an association captive insurance company may not insure a risk other than a risk
             2729      of:
             2730          (A) an affiliate;
             2731          (B) a member organization of its association; and
             2732          (C) an affiliate of a member organization of its association;
             2733          (iii) an industrial insured captive insurance company may not insure a risk other than
             2734      a risk of:
             2735          (A) an industrial insured that is part of the industrial insured group;
             2736          (B) an affiliate of an industrial insured that is part of the industrial insured group; and
             2737          (C) a controlled unaffiliated business of:
             2738          (I) an industrial insured that is part of the industrial insured group; or
             2739          (II) an affiliate of an industrial insured that is part of the industrial insured group;
             2740          (iv) a special purpose captive insurance company may only insure a risk of its parent;
             2741          (v) a captive insurance company may not provide:
             2742          (A) personal motor vehicle insurance coverage;
             2743          (B) homeowner's insurance coverage; or
             2744          (C) a component of a coverage described in this Subsection (1)(b)(v); and
             2745          (vi) a captive insurance company may not accept or cede reinsurance except as


             2746      provided in Section 31A-37-303 .
             2747          (c) Notwithstanding Subsection (1)(b)(iv), for a risk approved by the commissioner a
             2748      special purpose captive insurance company may provide:
             2749          (i) insurance;
             2750          (ii) reinsurance; or
             2751          (iii) both insurance and reinsurance.
             2752          (2) To conduct insurance business in this state a captive insurance company shall:
             2753          (a) obtain from the commissioner a certificate of authority authorizing it to conduct
             2754      insurance business in this state;
             2755          (b) hold at least once each year in this state:
             2756          (i) a board of directors meeting; or
             2757          (ii) in the case of a reciprocal insurer, a subscriber's advisory committee meeting;
             2758          (c) maintain in this state:
             2759          (i) the principal place of business of the captive insurance company; or
             2760          (ii) in the case of a branch captive insurance company, the principal place of business
             2761      for the branch operations of the branch captive insurance company; and
             2762          (d) except as provided in Subsection (3), appoint a resident registered agent to accept
             2763      service of process and to otherwise act on behalf of the captive insurance company in this
             2764      state.
             2765          (3) Notwithstanding Subsection (2)(d), in the case of a captive insurance company
             2766      formed as a corporation or a reciprocal insurer, if the registered agent cannot with reasonable
             2767      diligence be found at the registered office of the captive insurance company, the commissioner
             2768      is the agent of the captive insurance company upon whom process, notice, or demand may be
             2769      served.
             2770          (4) (a) Before receiving a certificate of authority, a captive insurance company:
             2771          (i) formed as a corporation shall file with the commissioner:
             2772          (A) a certified copy of:
             2773          (I) articles of incorporation or the charter of the corporation; and


             2774          (II) bylaws of the corporation;
             2775          (B) a statement under oath of the president and secretary of the corporation showing
             2776      the financial condition of the corporation; and
             2777          (C) any other statement or document required by the commissioner under Section
             2778      31A-37-106 ;
             2779          (ii) formed as a reciprocal shall:
             2780          (A) file with the commissioner:
             2781          (I) a certified copy of the power of attorney of the attorney-in-fact of the reciprocal;
             2782          (II) a certified copy of the subscribers' agreement of the reciprocal;
             2783          (III) a statement under oath of the attorney-in-fact of the reciprocal showing the
             2784      financial condition of the reciprocal; and
             2785          (IV) any other statement or document required by the commissioner under Section
             2786      31A-37-106 ; and
             2787          (B) submit to the commissioner for approval a description of the:
             2788          (I) coverages;
             2789          (II) deductibles;
             2790          (III) coverage limits;
             2791          (IV) rates; and
             2792          (V) any other information the commissioner requires under Section 31A-37-106 .
             2793          (b) (i) If there is a subsequent material change in an item in the description required
             2794      under Subsection (4)(a)(ii)(B) for a reciprocal captive insurance company, the reciprocal
             2795      captive insurance company shall submit to the commissioner for approval an appropriate
             2796      revision to the description required under Subsection (4)(a)(ii)(B).
             2797          (ii) A reciprocal captive insurance company that is required to submit a revision under
             2798      Subsection (4)(b)(i) may not offer any additional types of insurance until the commissioner
             2799      approves a revision of the description.
             2800          (iii) A reciprocal captive insurance company shall inform the commissioner of a
             2801      material change in a rate within 30 days of the adoption of the change.


             2802          (c) In addition to the information required by Subsection (4)(a), an applicant captive
             2803      insurance company shall file with the commissioner evidence of:
             2804          (i) the amount and liquidity of the assets of the applicant captive insurance company
             2805      relative to the risks to be assumed by the applicant captive insurance company;
             2806          (ii) the adequacy of the expertise, experience, and character of the person who will
             2807      manage the applicant captive insurance company;
             2808          (iii) the overall soundness of the plan of operation of the applicant captive insurance
             2809      company;
             2810          (iv) the adequacy of the loss prevention programs for the following of the applicant
             2811      captive insurance company:
             2812          (A) a parent;
             2813          (B) a member organization; or
             2814          (C) an industrial insured; and
             2815          (v) any other factor the commissioner:
             2816          (A) adopts by rule under Section 31A-37-106 ; and
             2817          (B) considers relevant in ascertaining whether the applicant captive insurance
             2818      company will be able to meet the policy obligations of the applicant captive insurance
             2819      company.
             2820          (d) In addition to the information required by Subsections (4)(a), (b), and (c), an
             2821      applicant sponsored captive insurance company shall file with the commissioner:
             2822          (i) a business plan at the level of detail required by the commissioner under Section
             2823      31A-37-106 demonstrating:
             2824          (A) the manner in which the applicant sponsored captive insurance company will
             2825      account for the losses and expenses of each protected cell; and
             2826          (B) the manner in which the applicant sponsored captive insurance company will
             2827      report to the commissioner the financial history, including losses and expenses, of each
             2828      protected cell;
             2829          (ii) a statement acknowledging that the applicant sponsored captive insurance


             2830      company will make all financial records of the applicant sponsored captive insurance
             2831      company, including records pertaining to a protected cell, available for inspection or
             2832      examination by the commissioner;
             2833          (iii) a contract or sample contract between the applicant sponsored captive insurance
             2834      company and a participant; and
             2835          (iv) evidence that expenses will be allocated to each protected cell in an equitable
             2836      manner.
             2837          (5) (a) Information submitted pursuant to Subsection (4) is classified as a protected
             2838      record under Title 63G, Chapter 2, Government Records Access and Management Act.
             2839          (b) Notwithstanding Title 63G, Chapter 2, Government Records Access and
             2840      Management Act, the commissioner may disclose information submitted pursuant to
             2841      Subsection (4) to a public official having jurisdiction over the regulation of insurance in
             2842      another state if:
             2843          (i) the public official receiving the information agrees in writing to maintain the
             2844      confidentiality of the information; and
             2845          (ii) the laws of the state in which the public official serves require the information to
             2846      be confidential.
             2847          (c) This Subsection (5) does not apply to information provided by an industrial
             2848      insured captive insurance company insuring the risks of an industrial insured group.
             2849          (6) (a) A captive insurance company shall pay to the department the following
             2850      nonrefundable fees established by the department under Sections 31A-3-103 and [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2851      63J-1-504 :
             2852          (i) a fee for examining, investigating, and processing, by a department employee, of an
             2853      application for a certificate of authority made by a captive insurance company;
             2854          (ii) a fee for obtaining a certificate of authority for the year the captive insurance
             2855      company is issued a certificate of authority by the department; and
             2856          (iii) a certificate of authority renewal fee.
             2857          (b) The commissioner may:


             2858          (i) retain legal, financial, and examination services from outside the department to
             2859      perform the services described in:
             2860          (A) Subsection (6)(a); and
             2861          (B) Section 31A-37-502 ; and
             2862          (ii) charge the reasonable cost of services described in Subsection (6)(b)(i) to the
             2863      applicant captive insurance company.
             2864          (7) If the commissioner is satisfied that the documents and statements filed by the
             2865      applicant captive insurance company comply with this chapter, the commissioner may grant a
             2866      certificate of authority authorizing the company to do insurance business in this state.
             2867          (8) A certificate of authority granted under this section expires annually and must be
             2868      renewed by July 1 of each year.
             2869          Section 70. Section 34A-1-106 is amended to read:
             2870           34A-1-106. Fees.
             2871          (1) Unless otherwise provided by statute, the commission may adopt a schedule of fees
             2872      assessed for services provided by the commission by following the procedures and
             2873      requirements of Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2874          (2) The commission shall submit each fee established under this section to the
             2875      Legislature for its approval as part of the commission's annual appropriations request.
             2876          Section 71. Section 34A-7-104 is amended to read:
             2877           34A-7-104. Fees.
             2878          The owner or user of a boiler required by this part to be inspected shall pay to the
             2879      commission fees for inspection or for permits to operate in amounts set by the commission
             2880      pursuant to Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2881          Section 72. Section 34A-7-203 is amended to read:
             2882           34A-7-203. Requirements for operating an elevator or escalator -- Inspection --
             2883      Division duties.
             2884          (1) An elevator or escalator may not operate in this state unless:
             2885          (a) the owner or operator of the elevator or escalator obtains an inspection certificate


             2886      under Subsection (3); and
             2887          (b) the inspection certificate described in Subsection (1)(a) has not:
             2888          (i) expired under Subsection (3); or
             2889          (ii) been suspended under Section 34A-7-204 .
             2890          (2) An elevator or escalator used or proposed to be used in this state shall be inspected
             2891      as to its safety to operate in accordance with the safety code:
             2892          (a) every two years; or
             2893          (b) more frequently than every two years if the division determines that more frequent
             2894      inspections are necessary.
             2895          (3) (a) If upon inspection an elevator or escalator is safe to operate in accordance with
             2896      the safety code, the inspector shall issue to the owner or operator an inspection certificate.
             2897          (b) An inspection certificate issued under Subsection (3)(a) shall expire two years
             2898      from the date the inspection certificate is issued.
             2899          (4) An inspector employed by the division under this part shall at all times meet
             2900      nationally recognized standards of qualifications for inspectors of elevators and escalators, as
             2901      defined by rule by the division.
             2902          (5) The owner or operator of an elevator or escalator that is used in the state shall pay
             2903      to the commission a fee in amounts set by the commission pursuant to Section [ 63J-1-303 ]
             2904      63J-1-504 :
             2905          (a) for inspection; and
             2906          (b) for an inspection certificate.
             2907          (6) The division:
             2908          (a) shall provide for the inspection of elevators and escalators in accordance with this
             2909      section;
             2910          (b) shall adopt by rule one or more nationally recognized standards or other safety
             2911      codes to be used in inspecting elevators or escalators; and
             2912          (c) may adopt amendments to the safety code adopted under Subsection (6)(b).
             2913          Section 73. Section 35A-1-106 is amended to read:


             2914           35A-1-106. Fees.
             2915          (1) Unless otherwise provided by statute, the department may adopt a schedule of fees
             2916      assessed for services provided by the department by following the procedures and
             2917      requirements of Section [ 63J-1-303 ] 63J-1-504 .
             2918          (2) The department shall submit each fee established under this section to the
             2919      Legislature for its approval as part of the department's annual appropriations request.
             2920          Section 74. Section 36-12-13 is amended to read:
             2921           36-12-13. Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst established -- Powers, functions,
             2922      and duties -- Qualifications.
             2923          (1) There is established an Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst as a permanent staff
             2924      office for the Legislature.
             2925          (2) The powers, functions, and duties of the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst under
             2926      the supervision of the fiscal analyst are:
             2927          (a) to analyze in detail the executive budget before the convening of each legislative
             2928      session and make recommendations to the Legislature on each item or program appearing in
             2929      the executive budget;
             2930          (b) to prepare cost estimates on all proposed bills that anticipate state government
             2931      expenditures;
             2932          (c) to prepare cost estimates on all proposed bills that anticipate expenditures by
             2933      county, municipal, local district, or special service district governments;
             2934          (d) to prepare cost estimates on all proposed bills that anticipate direct expenditures by
             2935      any Utah resident, and the cost to the overall impacted Utah resident population;
             2936          (e) to prepare a review and analysis of revenue estimates for existing and proposed
             2937      revenue acts;
             2938          (f) to report instances in which the administration may be failing to carry out the
             2939      expressed intent of the Legislature;
             2940          (g) to direct attention to each new proposed service contained in the governor's
             2941      budget;


             2942          (h) to direct attention to each budget item previously denied by the Legislature;
             2943          (i) to propose and analyze statutory changes for more effective operational economies
             2944      or more effective administration;
             2945          (j) to prepare, after each session of the Legislature, a summary showing the effect of
             2946      the final legislative program on the financial condition of the state;
             2947          (k) to conduct organizational and management improvement studies;
             2948          (l) to prepare and deliver upon request of any interim committee or the Legislative
             2949      Management Committee, reports on the finances of the state and on anticipated or proposed
             2950      requests for appropriations;
             2951          (m) to recommend areas for research studies by the executive department or the
             2952      interim committees;
             2953          (n) to assist in prescribing the format for the presentation of the governor's budget to
             2954      facilitate program and in-depth review of state expenditures in accordance with Sections
             2955      [ 63J-1-501 ] 63J-1-701 and [ 63J-1-502 ] 63J-1-702 ;
             2956          (o) to recommend to the appropriations subcommittees the agencies or programs for
             2957      which an in-depth budget review should be requested, and to recommend to the Legislative
             2958      Management Committee the priority in which the request should be made;
             2959          (p) to appoint and develop a professional staff within budget limitations; and
             2960          (q) to prepare and submit the annual budget request for the office.
             2961          (3) (a) In accordance with Subsection (3)(b) and subject to Subsection (3)(c), the
             2962      Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst shall submit an annual report to the Executive
             2963      Appropriations Committee of the Legislature, at the committee's November meeting, on funds
             2964      expended by the state during the preceding state fiscal year to provide financial assistance or
             2965      services to low-income individuals and families.
             2966          (b) The report described in Subsection (3)(a) shall:
             2967          (i) separate the funds expended into categories by program, service, or population
             2968      served;
             2969          (ii) indicate whether the expended funds described in Subsection (3)(a) are state or


             2970      federal funds; and
             2971          (iii) include a total of all state funds and federal funds expended by the state in the
             2972      preceding fiscal year to provide financial assistance or services to low-income individuals and
             2973      families.
             2974          (c) If the Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature does not meet in
             2975      November, the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst shall submit the report described in
             2976      Subsection (3)(a) at the committee's next meeting.
             2977          (4) The legislative fiscal analyst shall have a master's degree in public administration,
             2978      political science, economics, accounting, or the equivalent in academic or practical
             2979      experience.
             2980          (5) In carrying out the duties provided for in this section, the legislative fiscal analyst
             2981      may obtain access to all records, documents, and reports necessary to the scope of the
             2982      legislative fiscal analyst's duties according to the procedures contained in Title 36, Chapter
             2983      14, Legislative Subpoena Powers.
             2984          Section 75. Section 38-1-27 is amended to read:
             2985           38-1-27. State Construction Registry -- Form and contents of notice of
             2986      commencement, preliminary notice, and notice of completion.
             2987          (1) As used in this section and Sections 38-1-30 through 38-1-37 :
             2988          (a) "Alternate filing" means a legible and complete filing made in a manner
             2989      established by the division under Subsection (2)(e) other than an electronic filing.
             2990          (b) "Cancel" means to indicate that a filing is no longer given effect.
             2991          (c) "Construction project," "project," or "improvement" means all labor, equipment,
             2992      and materials provided:
             2993          (i) under an original contract; or
             2994          (ii) by, or under contracts with, an owner-builder.
             2995          (d) "Database" means the State Construction Registry created in this section.
             2996          (e) (i) "Designated agent" means the third party the Division of Occupational and
             2997      Professional Licensing contracts with to create and maintain the State Construction Registry.


             2998          (ii) The designated agent is not an agency, instrumentality, or a political subdivision
             2999      of the state.
             3000          (f) "Division" means the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing.
             3001          (g) "Interested person" means a person who may be affected by a construction project.
             3002          (h) "Program" means the State Construction Registry Program created in this section.
             3003          (2) Subject to receiving adequate funding through a legislative appropriation and
             3004      contracting with an approved third party vendor who meets the requirements of Sections
             3005      38-1-30 through 38-1-37 , there is created the State Construction Registry Program that shall:
             3006          (a) (i) assist in protecting public health, safety, and welfare; and
             3007          (ii) promote a fair working environment;
             3008          (b) be overseen by the division with the assistance of the designated agent;
             3009          (c) provide a central repository for notices of commencement, preliminary notices, and
             3010      notices of completion filed in connection with all privately owned construction projects as well
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