Iowa Admin. Code r. 61-5.3 - Applicability

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 20, April 6, 2022

The attorney general may require quarterly payments from a nonparticipating manufacturer to which any of the following criteria apply:

(1) No previous escrow deposit. The nonparticipating manufacturer has not previously established and funded a qualified escrow fund in Iowa;
(2) No escrow deposit for more than one year. The nonparticipating manufacturer has not made any escrow deposits for more than one year;
(3) Untimely or incomplete deposits. The nonparticipating manufacturer has failed to make a timely and complete escrow deposit for any prior calendar year;
(4) Outstanding judgments. The nonparticipating manufacturer has failed to pay any judgment awarded to the state, including any civil penalty;
(5) Large sales volume. The nonparticipating manufacturer sells more than 1,630,000 sticks or 147,000 ounces of roll-your-own product during a quarter.
(6) Other reasonable cause. In addition to the criteria specified in subrules 5.3(1) to 5.3(5), the attorney general may require quarterly payments from a nonparticipating manufacturer if the attorney general has reasonable cause to believe that the nonparticipating manufacturer may not make its full required escrow deposit at the end of the sales year.

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Iowa Admin. Code r. 61-5.3

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