445 R.I. Code R. § 445-RICR-00-00-1.21 - Assessment of Expenses

Current through December, 23, 2021

A. Responsibility - An applicant shall be charged with and shall pay the expenses reasonably incurred by the Board and Designated Agencies for hearing and investigation relating to the applicant's application.
B. Payment - The Board in its discretion may require prepayment of such expenses or a portion of such expenses. The amount of prepayment shall be based on the Board's best estimate of expenses to be incurred for stenographers, engineers, chemists, accountants, legal counsel, expert witnesses, travel and materials for the hearing or investigation. Payment shall be made by the applicant within thirty (30) days after the rendition of the bill.
C. Deposit of Prepayment - Monies prepaid shall be deposited in an interest-bearing account and shall be drawn on as needed by the Board or the Coordinator to satisfy expenses actually incurred.
D. Accounting of Prepayment - A complete accounting of monies prepaid by the applicant and charges made against prepayments shall be kept by the Coordinator and shall be available to the applicant upon request.
E. Return of Prepayment - Any monies prepaid and not expended shall be promptly returned to the applicant with appropriate interest after the end of Board proceedings after there has been an accounting of all Board and Designated Agency expenses.

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445 R.I. Code R. § 445-RICR-00-00-1.21
Amended effective November 28, 2018

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