Kan. Admin. Regs. § 110-22-1 - Definitions

As used in these regulations and for purposes of administering the act, the following terms shall have the meanings specified in this regulation:

(a) "Act" means the rural opportunity zone act, L. 2011, ch. 22 and amendments thereto.
(b) "County" means a county listed as a "rural opportunity zone" in L. 2011, ch. 22, sec. 1(b), and amendments thereto.
(c) "Department" means the Kansas department of commerce.
(d) "Domicile" means the physical location where an individual intends to permanently reside. The following factors may be considered in determining whether or not an individual meets the eligibility requirements of the act, although none of these factors by itself shall be a determinant of domicile:
(1) Acceptance or an offer of permanent employment;
(2) admission to a licensed practicing profession in Kansas;
(3) registration of a vehicle in a county designated by the act;
(4) the location at which the individual votes or is registered to vote;
(5) a Kansas driver's license; and
(6) lease of living quarters or ownership of a home in a county designated by the act.
(e) "Eligible participant" means an individual who has met all eligibility requirements of the act.
(f) "Participating county" means a county, as defined in this regulation, that has enacted a resolution to participate in the student loan repayment program as specified in L. 2011, ch. 22, sec. 3, and amendments thereto.
(g) "Student loan repayment program" means the program specified in L. 2011, ch. 22, sec. 3, and amendments thereto.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 110-22-1
Authorized by L. 2011, ch. 22, sec. 3 and K.S.A. 2010 Supp. 74-5002r; implementing L. 2011, ch. 22, secs. 1 and 3; effective, T-110-7-5-11, July 5, 2011; effective Oct. 28, 2011.

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