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344.18

344.18 Duration of suspension for failure to deposit security.

344.18(1)

(1) Any registration suspended or revoked under s. 344.14 shall remain suspended or revoked and shall not be renewed or reinstated until the person pays the fee required under s. 341.36 (1m), meets one of the requirements under pars. (a) to (d) and satisfies the requirements of sub. (1m). Any operating privilege suspended or revoked under s. 344.14 shall remain suspended or revoked and shall not be reinstated until the person pays the fees required under s. 343.21 (1) (j) and (n), complies with the applicable provisions of s. 343.38 and meets any of the following requirements:

344.18(1)(a)

(a) The person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked deposits the security required under s. 344.14.

344.18(1)(b)

(b) There is filed with the secretary evidence satisfactory to the secretary that the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked has been released from liability or has been finally adjudicated not to be liable. The secretary may accept a release executed by a parent on behalf of a minor child only as provided under s. 344.14 (2) (h).

344.18(1)(c)

(c) There is filed with the secretary evidence satisfactory to the secretary that the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked has executed a duly acknowledged written agreement in accordance with s. 344.14 (2) (h) and subject to sub. (3).

344.18(1)(d)

(d) One year has elapsed since the effective date of the suspension or revocation order and, during such period, no notice has been filed with the secretary by any claimant that an action was commenced by a party in interest. If the action was commenced in a court of record, the notice required by this paragraph shall include a certified copy of the summons and complaint or counterclaim or cross-complaint and proof of service filed therein. In all cases of service under s. 345.09, an additional notice and service must be made under this chapter to avail oneself of the provisions of this chapter.

344.18(1m)

(1m)

344.18(1m)(a)

(a) Unless 3 years have elapsed since the date that a requirement under sub. (1) (a), (b), (c), or (d) has been met or unless the person is a nonresident, the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked under s. 344.14 shall file with the department and maintain in effect proof of financial responsibility in the amount, form, and manner specified in this chapter.

344.18(1m)(b)

(b) This subsection applies as a condition precedent to reinstatement of an operating privilege or registration suspended or revoked under s. 344.14.

344.18(3)

(3) If a person defaults in the payment of any installment under a duly acknowledged written agreement, the secretary, upon notice of such default given in no event later than 30 days after the time for final installment, shall immediately suspend the registrations and operating privilege of the defaulting person. A suspension or revocation of registration under this subsection shall remain in effect until the person pays the fee required under s. 341.36 (1m), meets the requirement under par. (a) or (b) and satisfies the requirements of sub. (3m). A suspension or revocation of an operating privilege under this subsection shall remain in effect until the person pays the fees required in s. 343.21 (1) (j) and (n), complies with the applicable provisions of s. 343.38 and meets any of the following requirements:

344.18(3)(a)

(a) Such person deposits the security required under s. 344.14.

344.18(3)(b)

(b) One year has elapsed since the effective date of the suspension or revocation order and, during such period, no notice has been filed with the secretary by any claimant that an action was commenced by a party in interest. The notice required by this paragraph shall comply with sub. (1) (d).

344.18(3m)

(3m)

344.18(3m)(a)

(a) Unless 3 years have elapsed since the date that a requirement under sub. (3) (a) or (b) has been met or unless the person is a nonresident, the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked under sub. (3) shall file with the department and maintain in effect proof of financial responsibility in the amount, form, and manner specified in this chapter.

344.18(3m)(b)

(b) This subsection applies as a condition precedent to reinstatement of an operating privilege or registration suspended or revoked under sub. (3).

344.18(3r)

(3r) The secretary shall refuse registration of any vehicle owned by a person whose registration has been suspended or revoked under sub. (3).

344.18(4)

(4) The secretary shall not suspend, as required by sub. (3), if the defaulting person has made payments to the extent specified in s. 344.15 (1) with reference to the acceptable limits of a policy or bond.

344.18 - ANNOT.

History: Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 766 (1975); 1975 c. 55, 199; 1977 c. 29 s. 1654 (7) (c); 1977 c. 273; 1979 c. 32, 258; 1981 c. 20; 1985 a. 202 ss. 29, 37; 1987 a. 3; 1991 a. 269, 315; 1997 a. 84; 2007 a. 20; 2009 a. 242, 245.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 344 > 344.18

344.18

344.18 Duration of suspension for failure to deposit security.

344.18(1)

(1) Any registration suspended or revoked under s. 344.14 shall remain suspended or revoked and shall not be renewed or reinstated until the person pays the fee required under s. 341.36 (1m), meets one of the requirements under pars. (a) to (d) and satisfies the requirements of sub. (1m). Any operating privilege suspended or revoked under s. 344.14 shall remain suspended or revoked and shall not be reinstated until the person pays the fees required under s. 343.21 (1) (j) and (n), complies with the applicable provisions of s. 343.38 and meets any of the following requirements:

344.18(1)(a)

(a) The person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked deposits the security required under s. 344.14.

344.18(1)(b)

(b) There is filed with the secretary evidence satisfactory to the secretary that the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked has been released from liability or has been finally adjudicated not to be liable. The secretary may accept a release executed by a parent on behalf of a minor child only as provided under s. 344.14 (2) (h).

344.18(1)(c)

(c) There is filed with the secretary evidence satisfactory to the secretary that the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked has executed a duly acknowledged written agreement in accordance with s. 344.14 (2) (h) and subject to sub. (3).

344.18(1)(d)

(d) One year has elapsed since the effective date of the suspension or revocation order and, during such period, no notice has been filed with the secretary by any claimant that an action was commenced by a party in interest. If the action was commenced in a court of record, the notice required by this paragraph shall include a certified copy of the summons and complaint or counterclaim or cross-complaint and proof of service filed therein. In all cases of service under s. 345.09, an additional notice and service must be made under this chapter to avail oneself of the provisions of this chapter.

344.18(1m)

(1m)

344.18(1m)(a)

(a) Unless 3 years have elapsed since the date that a requirement under sub. (1) (a), (b), (c), or (d) has been met or unless the person is a nonresident, the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked under s. 344.14 shall file with the department and maintain in effect proof of financial responsibility in the amount, form, and manner specified in this chapter.

344.18(1m)(b)

(b) This subsection applies as a condition precedent to reinstatement of an operating privilege or registration suspended or revoked under s. 344.14.

344.18(3)

(3) If a person defaults in the payment of any installment under a duly acknowledged written agreement, the secretary, upon notice of such default given in no event later than 30 days after the time for final installment, shall immediately suspend the registrations and operating privilege of the defaulting person. A suspension or revocation of registration under this subsection shall remain in effect until the person pays the fee required under s. 341.36 (1m), meets the requirement under par. (a) or (b) and satisfies the requirements of sub. (3m). A suspension or revocation of an operating privilege under this subsection shall remain in effect until the person pays the fees required in s. 343.21 (1) (j) and (n), complies with the applicable provisions of s. 343.38 and meets any of the following requirements:

344.18(3)(a)

(a) Such person deposits the security required under s. 344.14.

344.18(3)(b)

(b) One year has elapsed since the effective date of the suspension or revocation order and, during such period, no notice has been filed with the secretary by any claimant that an action was commenced by a party in interest. The notice required by this paragraph shall comply with sub. (1) (d).

344.18(3m)

(3m)

344.18(3m)(a)

(a) Unless 3 years have elapsed since the date that a requirement under sub. (3) (a) or (b) has been met or unless the person is a nonresident, the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked under sub. (3) shall file with the department and maintain in effect proof of financial responsibility in the amount, form, and manner specified in this chapter.

344.18(3m)(b)

(b) This subsection applies as a condition precedent to reinstatement of an operating privilege or registration suspended or revoked under sub. (3).

344.18(3r)

(3r) The secretary shall refuse registration of any vehicle owned by a person whose registration has been suspended or revoked under sub. (3).

344.18(4)

(4) The secretary shall not suspend, as required by sub. (3), if the defaulting person has made payments to the extent specified in s. 344.15 (1) with reference to the acceptable limits of a policy or bond.

344.18 - ANNOT.

History: Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 766 (1975); 1975 c. 55, 199; 1977 c. 29 s. 1654 (7) (c); 1977 c. 273; 1979 c. 32, 258; 1981 c. 20; 1985 a. 202 ss. 29, 37; 1987 a. 3; 1991 a. 269, 315; 1997 a. 84; 2007 a. 20; 2009 a. 242, 245.

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344.18

344.18 Duration of suspension for failure to deposit security.

344.18(1)

(1) Any registration suspended or revoked under s. 344.14 shall remain suspended or revoked and shall not be renewed or reinstated until the person pays the fee required under s. 341.36 (1m), meets one of the requirements under pars. (a) to (d) and satisfies the requirements of sub. (1m). Any operating privilege suspended or revoked under s. 344.14 shall remain suspended or revoked and shall not be reinstated until the person pays the fees required under s. 343.21 (1) (j) and (n), complies with the applicable provisions of s. 343.38 and meets any of the following requirements:

344.18(1)(a)

(a) The person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked deposits the security required under s. 344.14.

344.18(1)(b)

(b) There is filed with the secretary evidence satisfactory to the secretary that the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked has been released from liability or has been finally adjudicated not to be liable. The secretary may accept a release executed by a parent on behalf of a minor child only as provided under s. 344.14 (2) (h).

344.18(1)(c)

(c) There is filed with the secretary evidence satisfactory to the secretary that the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked has executed a duly acknowledged written agreement in accordance with s. 344.14 (2) (h) and subject to sub. (3).

344.18(1)(d)

(d) One year has elapsed since the effective date of the suspension or revocation order and, during such period, no notice has been filed with the secretary by any claimant that an action was commenced by a party in interest. If the action was commenced in a court of record, the notice required by this paragraph shall include a certified copy of the summons and complaint or counterclaim or cross-complaint and proof of service filed therein. In all cases of service under s. 345.09, an additional notice and service must be made under this chapter to avail oneself of the provisions of this chapter.

344.18(1m)

(1m)

344.18(1m)(a)

(a) Unless 3 years have elapsed since the date that a requirement under sub. (1) (a), (b), (c), or (d) has been met or unless the person is a nonresident, the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked under s. 344.14 shall file with the department and maintain in effect proof of financial responsibility in the amount, form, and manner specified in this chapter.

344.18(1m)(b)

(b) This subsection applies as a condition precedent to reinstatement of an operating privilege or registration suspended or revoked under s. 344.14.

344.18(3)

(3) If a person defaults in the payment of any installment under a duly acknowledged written agreement, the secretary, upon notice of such default given in no event later than 30 days after the time for final installment, shall immediately suspend the registrations and operating privilege of the defaulting person. A suspension or revocation of registration under this subsection shall remain in effect until the person pays the fee required under s. 341.36 (1m), meets the requirement under par. (a) or (b) and satisfies the requirements of sub. (3m). A suspension or revocation of an operating privilege under this subsection shall remain in effect until the person pays the fees required in s. 343.21 (1) (j) and (n), complies with the applicable provisions of s. 343.38 and meets any of the following requirements:

344.18(3)(a)

(a) Such person deposits the security required under s. 344.14.

344.18(3)(b)

(b) One year has elapsed since the effective date of the suspension or revocation order and, during such period, no notice has been filed with the secretary by any claimant that an action was commenced by a party in interest. The notice required by this paragraph shall comply with sub. (1) (d).

344.18(3m)

(3m)

344.18(3m)(a)

(a) Unless 3 years have elapsed since the date that a requirement under sub. (3) (a) or (b) has been met or unless the person is a nonresident, the person whose operating privilege or registration was suspended or revoked under sub. (3) shall file with the department and maintain in effect proof of financial responsibility in the amount, form, and manner specified in this chapter.

344.18(3m)(b)

(b) This subsection applies as a condition precedent to reinstatement of an operating privilege or registration suspended or revoked under sub. (3).

344.18(3r)

(3r) The secretary shall refuse registration of any vehicle owned by a person whose registration has been suspended or revoked under sub. (3).

344.18(4)

(4) The secretary shall not suspend, as required by sub. (3), if the defaulting person has made payments to the extent specified in s. 344.15 (1) with reference to the acceptable limits of a policy or bond.

344.18 - ANNOT.

History: Sup. Ct. Order, 67 Wis. 2d 585, 766 (1975); 1975 c. 55, 199; 1977 c. 29 s. 1654 (7) (c); 1977 c. 273; 1979 c. 32, 258; 1981 c. 20; 1985 a. 202 ss. 29, 37; 1987 a. 3; 1991 a. 269, 315; 1997 a. 84; 2007 a. 20; 2009 a. 242, 245.

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