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  701.377.  Fees, how set, limitation — deposit — elevator safety fund created, purpose — fees paid to political subdivisions, when, exception, state certificate. — As otherwise provided by sections 701.350 to 701.380, the elevator safety board shall set fees for inspection, permits, licenses, certificates, and plan review required by the provisions of sections 701.350 to 701.380. Fees shall be determined by the elevator safety board to provide sufficient funds for the operation of the board, except that no fee for the certificate shall exceed twenty-five dollars.  The elevator safety board may alter the fee schedule once each year.  Any funds collected pursuant to sections 701.350 to 701.380 and sections 316.200 to 316.237 shall be deposited in the "Elevator Safety Fund" which is hereby created.  Moneys shall be appropriated from the fund for the expense and functions of the elevator safety and amusement ride safety boards.  Any unexpended funds in the elevator safety fund at the close of the biennium shall revert to the general revenue as required by section 33.080. A municipality or other political subdivision enforcing the provisions of sections 701.350 to 701.380 under the provisions of subsection 2 of section 701.365 and which performs the plan review, permitting, inspections, and certifications as required, the fee for that inspection shall be paid directly to the municipality or political subdivision and shall not be preempted by sections 701.350 to 701.380, except that any fee established by the elevator safety board for the issuance of appropriate state certificates shall be paid to the elevator safety board.

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(L. 1994 H.B. 1035 § 8, A.L. 2004 H.B. 1403)

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