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PDFWAC 212-80-250

Payment of civil penalty.

(1) How can payments be made? The penalty must be paid to the director within thirty days after an order assessing a civil penalty becomes final by operation of law or on an appeal.
(2) Can payments in installments be made to resolve civil penalties? A request can be made through an informal or formal conference to make installment payments on a civil penalty. If the mitigation officer authorizes installment payments during an informal or formal hearing, the payment plan will be developed and agreed upon at the hearing. Failure to comply with the payment plan will void the payment plan and the remaining balance must be paid by the next business day.
(3) What happens if I fail to pay the civil penalty? If the licensed contractor or certificate holder fails to pay the full penalty or comply with the payment plan as provided by subsection (2) of this section:
(a) The license or certificate of competency will be revoked for the remainder of the current license or certificate year and will not be reinstated or renewed until the penalty is paid in full.
(b) The attorney general may bring an action in the name of the director in the superior court of Thurston County or of any county in which the violator may do business to collect any penalty imposed under chapter 18.160 or 18.270 RCW.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.270.900 and 18.160.030. WSR 14-03-019, § 212-80-250, filed 1/7/14, effective 2/7/14. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.270.900. WSR 09-01-114, § 212-80-250, filed 12/19/08, effective 1/19/09. Statutory Authority: Chapters 43.43 and 18.160 RCW. WSR 05-05-006, § 212-80-250, filed 2/4/05, effective 3/7/05.]
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