Kan. Admin. Regs. § 7-17-5 - Methods of payment
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021
Payment shall not be deemed tendered until the issuer or its agent has confirmed payment to the filing office.
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7-17-5. Methods of payment. (a) Payment in cash shall be accepted if paid in person at the filing office.
(b) Personal checks, cashier's checks, and money orders made payable to the filing office, including checks in an amount to be filled in by a filing officer but not to exceed a particular amount, shall be accepted for payment if they are drawn on a bank acceptable to the filing office or if the drawer is acceptable to the filing office.
(c) A prepaid account may be used for payment to the secretary of state's office, except for electronic filing. An account shall be opened by submitting an application and prepaying an amount prescribed by the secretary of state. An account number to be used by the remitter shall be issued by the secretary of state. Filing fees shall be deducted from the remitter's prepaid account by the secretary of state when authorized to do so by the remitter.
(d) Payment by debit cards and credit cards issued by approved issuers shall be accepted by the secretary of state. Remitters shall provide the secretary of state with the following information:
(1) The card number;
(2) the expiration date of the card;
(3) the name of the approved card issuer;
(4) the name of the person or entity to whom the card was issued; and
(5) the billing address for the card.
Payment shall not be deemed tendered until the issuer or its agent has confirmed payment to the filing office. (Authorized by L. 2000, Ch. 142, §97; implementing L. 2000, Ch. 142, §87; effective Oct. 12, 2001.)