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Title XII PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE

Chapter 190

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  190.285.  Notification to secretary of state by out-of-state business required, when, content — information provided to department of revenue, when. — 1.  An out-of-state business shall provide notification to the secretary of state within ten days after entry to the state during a disaster period that the out-of-state business is in the state for purposes of responding to the declared state disaster or emergency.  The out-of-state business shall provide to the secretary of state information related to the out-of-state business including, but not limited to, the following:

  (1)  Name;

  (2)  State of domicile;

  (3)  Principal business address;

  (4)  Federal employer identification number;

  (5)  The date when the out-of-state business entered the state; and

  (6)  Contact information while the out-of-state business is in this state.

  2.  A registered business shall provide the notification required in subsection 1 of this section for an affiliate of the registered business that enters the state as an out-of-state business.  The notification under this subsection also must include contact information for the registered business in the state.

  3.  An out-of-state business that remains in the state after a disaster period shall notify the secretary of state within ten days after the end of the disaster period and shall meet all registration, licensing, and filing requirements resulting from any business presence or activity in the state.

  4.  The secretary of state shall provide information received from out-of-state businesses or registered businesses under this section to the department of revenue within thirty days after receipt of notification.

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(L. 2014 H.B. 1190)


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