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      Sec. 12-555b. Certificate of registration. (a) No person whose activities make such person subject to this chapter shall engage in such activities in this state unless a certificate of registration has been issued to such person as hereinafter prescribed.

      (b) Any person desiring to engage in activities subject to this chapter shall file with the commissioner an application for a certificate of registration for each location where such activities are conducted. Each such application shall be made on a form prescribed by the commissioner and shall set forth the name under which the applicant operates or intends to operate, the location of his operations, and such other information as the commissioner requires. The application shall be signed by the owner, if a natural person, by a member or partner in the case of an association or partnership, or by an executive officer or any other person specifically authorized by the corporation to sign the application in the case of a corporation.

      (c) After compliance with subsections (a) and (b) of this section by the applicant, the commissioner may grant and issue to such applicant a separate certificate for each place of operation within the state. A certificate of registration shall not be assignable and shall be valid only for the person in whose name it is issued. The certificate shall at all times be conspicuously displayed at the place for which issued. The commissioner may refuse to issue a certificate of registration if he believes that the payment of any amount due or likely to become due under this chapter is jeopardized. The commissioner may continue such refusal until he believes that the payment of such amounts are no longer in jeopardy.

      (d) Whenever any person fails to comply with any provision of this chapter or any regulation of the commissioner prescribed and adopted under this chapter, the commissioner, upon hearing, after ten days notice in writing to such person, specifying the time and place of hearing and requiring him to show cause why his certificate of registration should not be revoked, may revoke or suspend any one or more of the certificates of registration held by such person. The notice may be served personally or by registered or certified mail. The commissioner shall not issue a new certificate of registration after the revocation of a certificate of registration unless he is satisfied that the former holder of the certificate of registration will comply with the provisions of this chapter.

      (e) Any person who knowingly violates any provision of this section shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars or be imprisoned not more than three months or both for each offense.

      (P.A. 75-473, S. 5, 6; P.A. 88-314, S. 48, 54; P.A. 97-243, S. 39, 67.)

      History: P.A. 88-314 amended the penalty provided under Subsec. (e) to require knowledge of violation and increase the fine from not more than $100 for each offense to $500 for each offense and added the imprisonment provision, effective July 1, 1988, and applicable to any tax which first becomes due and payable on or after said date, to any return or report due on or after said date, or in the case of any ongoing obligation imposed in accordance with said act, to the tax period next beginning on or after said date; P.A. 97-243 amended Subsec. (c) to require that the certificate be conspicuously displayed at all times at the place for which it is issued, effective July 1, 1997.

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Statutes > Connecticut > Title12 > Chap225 > Sec12-555b

      Sec. 12-555b. Certificate of registration. (a) No person whose activities make such person subject to this chapter shall engage in such activities in this state unless a certificate of registration has been issued to such person as hereinafter prescribed.

      (b) Any person desiring to engage in activities subject to this chapter shall file with the commissioner an application for a certificate of registration for each location where such activities are conducted. Each such application shall be made on a form prescribed by the commissioner and shall set forth the name under which the applicant operates or intends to operate, the location of his operations, and such other information as the commissioner requires. The application shall be signed by the owner, if a natural person, by a member or partner in the case of an association or partnership, or by an executive officer or any other person specifically authorized by the corporation to sign the application in the case of a corporation.

      (c) After compliance with subsections (a) and (b) of this section by the applicant, the commissioner may grant and issue to such applicant a separate certificate for each place of operation within the state. A certificate of registration shall not be assignable and shall be valid only for the person in whose name it is issued. The certificate shall at all times be conspicuously displayed at the place for which issued. The commissioner may refuse to issue a certificate of registration if he believes that the payment of any amount due or likely to become due under this chapter is jeopardized. The commissioner may continue such refusal until he believes that the payment of such amounts are no longer in jeopardy.

      (d) Whenever any person fails to comply with any provision of this chapter or any regulation of the commissioner prescribed and adopted under this chapter, the commissioner, upon hearing, after ten days notice in writing to such person, specifying the time and place of hearing and requiring him to show cause why his certificate of registration should not be revoked, may revoke or suspend any one or more of the certificates of registration held by such person. The notice may be served personally or by registered or certified mail. The commissioner shall not issue a new certificate of registration after the revocation of a certificate of registration unless he is satisfied that the former holder of the certificate of registration will comply with the provisions of this chapter.

      (e) Any person who knowingly violates any provision of this section shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars or be imprisoned not more than three months or both for each offense.

      (P.A. 75-473, S. 5, 6; P.A. 88-314, S. 48, 54; P.A. 97-243, S. 39, 67.)

      History: P.A. 88-314 amended the penalty provided under Subsec. (e) to require knowledge of violation and increase the fine from not more than $100 for each offense to $500 for each offense and added the imprisonment provision, effective July 1, 1988, and applicable to any tax which first becomes due and payable on or after said date, to any return or report due on or after said date, or in the case of any ongoing obligation imposed in accordance with said act, to the tax period next beginning on or after said date; P.A. 97-243 amended Subsec. (c) to require that the certificate be conspicuously displayed at all times at the place for which it is issued, effective July 1, 1997.


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Statutes > Connecticut > Title12 > Chap225 > Sec12-555b

      Sec. 12-555b. Certificate of registration. (a) No person whose activities make such person subject to this chapter shall engage in such activities in this state unless a certificate of registration has been issued to such person as hereinafter prescribed.

      (b) Any person desiring to engage in activities subject to this chapter shall file with the commissioner an application for a certificate of registration for each location where such activities are conducted. Each such application shall be made on a form prescribed by the commissioner and shall set forth the name under which the applicant operates or intends to operate, the location of his operations, and such other information as the commissioner requires. The application shall be signed by the owner, if a natural person, by a member or partner in the case of an association or partnership, or by an executive officer or any other person specifically authorized by the corporation to sign the application in the case of a corporation.

      (c) After compliance with subsections (a) and (b) of this section by the applicant, the commissioner may grant and issue to such applicant a separate certificate for each place of operation within the state. A certificate of registration shall not be assignable and shall be valid only for the person in whose name it is issued. The certificate shall at all times be conspicuously displayed at the place for which issued. The commissioner may refuse to issue a certificate of registration if he believes that the payment of any amount due or likely to become due under this chapter is jeopardized. The commissioner may continue such refusal until he believes that the payment of such amounts are no longer in jeopardy.

      (d) Whenever any person fails to comply with any provision of this chapter or any regulation of the commissioner prescribed and adopted under this chapter, the commissioner, upon hearing, after ten days notice in writing to such person, specifying the time and place of hearing and requiring him to show cause why his certificate of registration should not be revoked, may revoke or suspend any one or more of the certificates of registration held by such person. The notice may be served personally or by registered or certified mail. The commissioner shall not issue a new certificate of registration after the revocation of a certificate of registration unless he is satisfied that the former holder of the certificate of registration will comply with the provisions of this chapter.

      (e) Any person who knowingly violates any provision of this section shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars or be imprisoned not more than three months or both for each offense.

      (P.A. 75-473, S. 5, 6; P.A. 88-314, S. 48, 54; P.A. 97-243, S. 39, 67.)

      History: P.A. 88-314 amended the penalty provided under Subsec. (e) to require knowledge of violation and increase the fine from not more than $100 for each offense to $500 for each offense and added the imprisonment provision, effective July 1, 1988, and applicable to any tax which first becomes due and payable on or after said date, to any return or report due on or after said date, or in the case of any ongoing obligation imposed in accordance with said act, to the tax period next beginning on or after said date; P.A. 97-243 amended Subsec. (c) to require that the certificate be conspicuously displayed at all times at the place for which it is issued, effective July 1, 1997.

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