Utah Admin. Code R590-102-4 - General Instructions

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

(1) Any fee payable to the department not included in Sections R590-102-5 through R590-102-25 shall be due when service is requested, if applicable, otherwise by the due date on the invoice.
(2) Payment.
(a) A non-electronic payment processing fee will be added to a payment when the department has provided an electronic payment process and stated the electronic process is the preferred process for receiving a payment.
(b) Check.
(i) A check shall be made payable to the Utah Insurance Department.
(ii) A check that is dishonored in the process of the collection will not constitute payment of the fee for which it was issued and any action taken based on the payment will be voided.
(iii) Any late fee or other penalty resulting from the voided action will apply until proper payment is made.
(iv) A check payment that is dishonored is a violation of this rule.
(c) Cash. The department is not responsible for un-receipted cash that is lost or misdelivered.
(d) Electronic.
(i) Credit card.
(A) A credit card may be used to pay any fee due to the department.
(B) A credit card payment that is dishonored will not constitute payment of the fee and any action taken based on the payment will be voided.
(C) A late fee or other penalty resulting from the voided action will apply until proper payment is made.
(D) A credit card payment that is dishonored is a violation of this rule.
(ii) Automated clearinghouse (ACH).
(A) Any payer or purchaser desiring to use this method must contact the department for the proper routing and transit information.
(B) A payment that is made in error to another agency or that is not deposited into the department's account will not constitute payment of the fee and any action taken based on the payment will be voided.
(C) Any late fee or other penalty resulting from the voided action will apply until proper payment is made.
(D) An ACH payment that is dishonored is a violation of this rule.
(3) Retaliation. The fees enumerated in this rule are not subject to retaliation in accordance with Section 31A-3-401 if other states or countries impose higher fees.
(4) Refunds.
(a) Fees enumerated in this rule are non-refundable.
(b) Overpayments of fees are refundable.
(c) A request for a return of an overpayment must be submitted in writing.
(5) A non-electronic processing fee described in Section R590-102-21 will be assessed for a particular service if the department has established an electronic process for that service.
(6) Any annual or biennial license fee, service fee, or assessment described in this rule is for services the department will provide during the year and is paid in advance of providing the services.
(7) An electronic commerce dedicated fee described in Section R590-102-24 may be added to the fees required by Sections R590-102-5 through R590-102-21.

Notes

Utah Admin. Code R590-102-4
Amended 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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