Wash. Admin. Code § 308-78-070 - Records

(1) What aircraft fuel records must be kept? Every person licensed or required to be licensed must maintain a complete monthly stock summary of the gallons of aircraft fuel reflecting inventories, receipts, sales, use, other distribution, and loss or gain. The stock summary must be supported by:
(a) Physical inventories of bulk storage plants taken at the close of each calendar month.
(b) Meter readings taken at the close of each calendar month for pumps through which fuel is dispensed.
(c) A record of fuel receipts, invoices, bills of lading, transfer documents, yield reports, and other documents relative to the acquisition of fuel.
(d) A record of fuel disbursements, invoices, bills of lading and other documents relative to the disbursement of fuel.
(2) How long must I retain my records? Records will be maintained and kept for a period of not less than five years in their original form. The department may make such examinations of the records, facilities, equipment, and aircraft of distributors, certified users and consumers of aircraft fuel as necessary in carrying out the provisions of this chapter.


Wash. Admin. Code § 308-78-070

Statutory Authority: RCW 82.42.040. 09-07-077, § 308-78-070, filed 3/16/09, effective 4/16/09. Statutory Authority: RCW 82.42.100. 01-08-083, § 308-78-070, filed 4/4/01, effective 5/5/01. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.42.040. 99-19-097, § 308-78-070, filed 9/20/99, effective 10/21/99; 90-13-039 (Order PFT 90-05), § 308-78-070, filed 6/14/90, effective 7/15/90; 85-04-027 (Order PFT 85-001), § 308-78-070, filed 1/31/85; 82-20-093 (Order MV 696), § 308-78-070, filed 10/6/82; Order 69-10-2, § 308-78-070, filed 10/29/69; Rule F, filed 9/12/67; Emergency Rule F, filed 7/21/67.

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