Wash. Admin. Code § 332-140-070 - Reinstatement of sales
This section implements section 7 of the act.
(1) Qualifying sales. Section 7 of the act applies to sales on which the operating authority had expired as of April 3, 1982 which otherwise would qualify for extension under sections 4 or 5 of the act or to be defaulted under section 6 of the act. The purpose of section 7 of the act is to allow the purchaser to make a payment to reinstate such a sale and thereby make that sale eligible for relief under sections 4, 5, 6 and 9 of the act. A reinstatement payment made under section 7 of the act is not considered an extension payment for purposes of section 5 of the act.
(2) Application for reinstatement. To reinstate a sale under section 7 of the act, the purchaser must make written application to the department for reinstatement on or before July 14, 1982.
(3) Reinstatement payment. To be effective, an application for reinstatement under section 7 of the act must be accompanied by a payment equal to the extension payment for that sale computed from the date the sale or a previous extension thereof expired through the date the application is received. The amount of this payment shall be computed as provided in the contract for extensions. The interest limitation of section 9 of the act does not apply to the extension computation under the provisions of section 7 of the act and this section. Road credits under section 6 of the act may not be used to make the reinstatement payments required by section 7 of the act.
Statutory Authority: 1982 c 222 § 8. 82-14-058 (Order 380), § 332-140-070, filed 7/1/82.
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