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41-1008. Fees; specific statutory authority

A. Beginning on July 1, 1999, except as provided in subsection C, an agency shall not:

1. Charge or receive a fee or make a rule establishing a fee unless the fee for the specific activity is expressly authorized by statute or tribal state gaming compact.

2. Make a rule establishing a fee that is solely based on a statute that generally authorizes an agency to recover its costs or to accept gifts or donations.

B. Beginning on July 1, 1999, an agency shall identify the statute or tribal state gaming compact that authorizes the fee on documents relating to collection of the fee.

C. An agency authorized by statute or tribal state gaming compact to conduct background checks may charge a fingerprint fee without a statute expressly authorizing the fee.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1008

41-1008. Fees; specific statutory authority

A. Beginning on July 1, 1999, except as provided in subsection C, an agency shall not:

1. Charge or receive a fee or make a rule establishing a fee unless the fee for the specific activity is expressly authorized by statute or tribal state gaming compact.

2. Make a rule establishing a fee that is solely based on a statute that generally authorizes an agency to recover its costs or to accept gifts or donations.

B. Beginning on July 1, 1999, an agency shall identify the statute or tribal state gaming compact that authorizes the fee on documents relating to collection of the fee.

C. An agency authorized by statute or tribal state gaming compact to conduct background checks may charge a fingerprint fee without a statute expressly authorizing the fee.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1008

41-1008. Fees; specific statutory authority

A. Beginning on July 1, 1999, except as provided in subsection C, an agency shall not:

1. Charge or receive a fee or make a rule establishing a fee unless the fee for the specific activity is expressly authorized by statute or tribal state gaming compact.

2. Make a rule establishing a fee that is solely based on a statute that generally authorizes an agency to recover its costs or to accept gifts or donations.

B. Beginning on July 1, 1999, an agency shall identify the statute or tribal state gaming compact that authorizes the fee on documents relating to collection of the fee.

C. An agency authorized by statute or tribal state gaming compact to conduct background checks may charge a fingerprint fee without a statute expressly authorizing the fee.

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