(1) New license payments must be received
within 14 calendar days of the department's initial approval inspection. If a
new license payment is not received within 14 calendar days of the initial
approval inspection, the establishment will be considered operating without a
(2) Each license shall
expire on June 30 next following the date of issuance.
(3) The department will collect a delinquent
renewal penalty for any license fee if the licensee fails to renew the license
before the 60th calendar day after the license expiration date.
(4) If the license fee is $100 or less, the
delinquent renewal penalty shall be $30 or the amount of the fee, whichever
amount is less.
(5) If the license
fee is greater than $100, the delinquent renewal penalty shall be 30 percent of
the amount of the license fee.
The department will send a notice to all licensees who fail to renew their
license by the 30th calendar day after their license expires, that a delinquent
renewal penalty will be collected if their license fee is not paid before the
60th calendar day after the license expires.
(7) The department will send a notice to all
licensees who have failed to renew their license by the 60th calendar day after
their license expires, that a delinquent renewal penalty must be paid in
addition to the license fee before the license is renewed.
The department will waive the delinquent
renewal penalty if:
(a) The licensee's failure
to renew the license prior to the 60th calendar day was caused entirely or in
part by a department error or omission; or
(b) The licensee notifies the department in
writing prior to the 60th calendar day after the license has expired, that the
licensee will not engage in the licensed activity any time during the current
license period. However, if the licensee resumes the licensed activity during
the current license period, the licensee must pay both the license renewal fee
and the delinquent renewal penalty.
(9) The delinquent renewal penalty will be
assessed in addition to any other penalty or liability, provided by law, for
engaging in an activity licensed by the department without obtaining and
maintaining a valid license.
previously licensed dairy products plant will be considered to be operating
without a license if it fails to renew the license by the 90th calendar day
after the license expires.
If a person fails to obtain a required license, or if a person's required
license lapses, the Department may order the closure of such person's
operations. In ordering the closure of a person's operations for failing to
obtain a required license or allowing a required license to lapse, the
Department shall follow the procedures set forth in OAR 603-025-0520 to