SECTION 260:105-7-6. Conditions of service  

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  • (a)   Delinquent accounts. State agencies that are delinquent sixty (60) days or more with payment to the Office shall be considered in arrears. Written notice of the delinquency and outstanding balance will be sent to the agency.
    (1)   Accounts delinquent for more than 120 days shall be subject to suspension by the Director. Suspension of an account bars the agency from the purchase of additional surplus property until payment is received and the account is no longer in arrears.
    (2)   The Director may waive suspension if it is determined that the suspension will disrupt vital services to the public, cause undue hardship, or is otherwise in the best interest of the agency and/or the state.
    (b)   Insufficient checks. If a check from the general public is returned by a financial institution for "insufficient funds", "account closed" or other reason, the Office shall send written notice to the debtor stating that the debtor has fifteen (15) days to pay the amount owed with cash, a money order or cashier's check, including any and all additional fees associated with the collection process, such as returned check fees.
    (1)   Any customer who presents the Office with an insufficient check will be notified in writing of the requirement to make payment by cash, money order or cashier's check for any future surplus property purchases made for twelve (12) months following the date of such notice.
    (2)   The Administrator may waive the payment requirement in paragraph (1) of this subsection.
[Source: Added at 31 Ok Reg 1516, eff 9-12-14]