Utah Admin. Code R590-102-22 - Dedicated Fees

Current through Bulletin No. 2021-18, September 15, 2021

The following are fees dedicated to specific uses:

(1) Fraud assessment:
(a) annual assessment as calculated under Section 31A-31-108 and stated in the invoice, due by the due date on the invoice; and
(b) late fee, due for any fraud assessment fee paid after the due date on the invoice - $50.
(2) Title insurance regulation assessment: annual assessment as calculated under Section 31A-23a-415 and Rule R592-10 and stated in the invoice, due by the due date on the invoice.
(3) Annual Title Recovery, Education, and Research Fund assessment:
(a) individual title licensee applicant for initial license or renewal license, due with the initial application or the renewal application - $15;
(b) agency title licensee applicant, due with the initial application - $1,000; and
(c) annual agency title licensee assessment based on annual written title insurance premium, due by the due date on the invoice:
(i) Band A, $0 to $1 million - $125;
(ii) Band B, more than $1 million to $10 million - $250;
(iii) Band C, more than $10 million to $20 million - $375; and
(iv) Band D, more than $20 million - $500.
(4) Health insurance actuarial review assessment: annual assessment as calculated under Section 31A-30-115 and stated in the invoice, due by the due date on the invoice.
(5) Code book fees:
(a) code book, due at time of purchase or by invoice due date - $57; and
(b) mailing fee, due at time of purchase or by invoice due date if book is to be mailed to purchaser - $3.
(6) Fingerprint fees, due with application for individual license:
(a) Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) - $15; and
(b) Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) - $13.25.

Notes

Utah Admin. Code R590-102-22
Adopted by Utah State Bulletin Number 2017-8, effective 3/24/2017 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2018-5, effective 2/8/2018 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2020-06, effective 3/10/2020 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2020-16, effective 8/10/2020 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2021-11, effective 5/24/2021

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