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  142.887.  Terminal operator's license, when required — operator's bond — statement of operations. — 1.  Any person, other than a supplier licensed under section 142.884, engaged in business in this state as a terminal operator shall first obtain a terminal operator's license for each terminal site.

  2.  Terminal operators shall be required to post a bond of not less than three months' potential tax liability based on the number of gallons handled as estimated by the director, but in no event shall the bond be more than five hundred thousand dollars.

  3.  Each person operating a terminal in this state shall file with the director by the last day of the next month a sworn statement of operations within this state for each terminal within this state, including the information prescribed by the director, on forms prescribed and furnished by the director.

  4.  For purposes of reporting and determining tax liability under this chapter, every licensee shall maintain inventory records as required by the director.

  5.  In the event that the source state does not require a terminal report which provides data substantially similar to that required by this section, any terminal operator subject to the police power of this state, and who operates a terminal outside that state, shall provide a report of gallons removed as to which the operator issued a shipping paper indicating this state as the destination state consistent with the information required under this section.  This subsection shall be ineffective if substantially similar data is readily available to this state from a federal terminal report or from the source state as determined by the director.


(L. 1998 S.B. 619)

Effective 1-1-99

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