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Subject 391-1-7 REFUND OF FEES

Rule 391-1-7-.01 Refund of Fees

(1) Persons with claims that they should be issued a monetary refund resulting from fees allegedly collected in error or overpayment or to which the Department is not otherwise entitled may submit such claims with the Department, by making, with the applicable Division of the Department, a Request for Refund on forms or in such manner as provided by the Department. No claim shall be considered unless such Request for Refund has been properly submitted within a maximum of two years after the date of the event giving rise to the claim and unless such claim does not exceed $5,000.00.
(2) The appropriate Division may request such supporting data, documentation, or information as it deems necessary for evaluation of a particular Request for Refund. The Division shall not take action on a Request for Refund until all supporting documents or information requested by the Division has been submitted by the requestor.
(3) After reviewing and considering the information submitted by the requestor in support of a Request for Refund, the respective Division Director or his/her designee shall make a determination either to pay (in full or a portion thereof), or reject such claim and shall notify the requestor of the decision and the reasons for it.
(4) If a determination is made to pay such claim or a portion thereof, the Division Director or his/her designee shall forward the decision to the Department's accounting section for issuance of the payment to the requestor, or shall otherwise pay such claim or a portion thereof using normal accounting methods and procedures approved by the Department.