Chapter 4761:1-8 Fees

4761:1-8-01 Fees.

The board establishes the following non-refundable fees:

(A) Applications for initial licensure shall include a fee no greater than five hundred dollars;

(B) Applications for initial issuance of a certificate of registration shall include a fee no greater than two hundred fifty dollars;

(C) All applications for biennial renewal of a license shall include a fee no greater than one thousand two hundred dollars;

(D) All applications for biennial renewal of a certificate of registration shall include a fee no greater than five hundred dollars;

(E) Payment of all fees shall be paid by personal check or money order made payable to: state of Ohio. All returned checks for nonpayment shall be assessed a fine of fifty dollars.

(F) If the board determines that an initial license will be issued within the last six months of the biennial licensing period established under section 4752.05 of the Revised Code, the board will waive the initial license application fee. To be eligible for the waiver of the initial license application fee, the applicant must file the application on or after the first day of January of each even-number year. Initial license applicants filing an initial license application on or after the first day of January of each even-numbered year shall be required to file a biennial renewal fee for the following biennial licensing period at the time the initial license application is filed.

(G) If the board determines that an initial certificate of registration will be issued within the last six months of the biennial registration period established under section 4752.12 of the Revised Code, the board will waive the initial certificate of registration application fee. To be eligible for the waiver of the initial certificate of registration application fee, the applicant must file the application on or after the first day of January of each even-number year. Initial certificate of registration applicants filing an initial certificate of registration application on or after the first day of January of each even-numbered year shall be required to file a biennial renewal fee for the following biennial registration period at the time the initial certificate of registration application is filed.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/06/2010 and 05/06/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4752.17(A)(8) , 4752.17(A)(10) , 4752.04 , 4752.11
Rule Amplifies: 4752.17(a)(8) , 4752.17(a)(10) , 4752.04 , 4752.11
Prior Effective Dates: 05/23/2005, 7/15/2007, 10/26/2009

4761:1-8-02 Late fees.

(A) If an application for renewal of a license or certificate of registration is filed with the board after the renewal date the applicant will be charged an additional late fee of one hundred dollars. An application for renewal of a license or certificate of registration, which is more than thirty days past due will be charged an additional fee of two hundred dollars; renewal applications which are received more than sixty days past due will be charged an additional fee of three hundred dollars; and renewal applications received more than ninety days after their due date will be charged an additional late fee of four hundred dollars.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/06/2010 and 05/06/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4752.17(A)(8) and (10)
Rule Amplifies: 4752.17(a)(8) and (10)
Prior Effective Dates: 05/23/2005

4761:1-8-03 Inspection fees.

(A) The licensee shall be responsible for paying the fees associated with the inspection of their facility.

(B) The fee will be billed to the facility within thirty days after the inspection is completed. The fee will be established by the board based upon the cost of conducting the inspection, including the time needed to prepare a report on the findings of the inspection. The board must also make reasonable efforts to limit the costs associated with the inspection. Inspection fees will be approved by the board and publicly disclosed on the board's website. Payment of the inspection fee will be due within thirty days of the issuance date of the statement. If an inspection fee has not been paid at the time of renewal of a license, the board may deny renewal of the license for nonpayment of fees.

(C) For a facility that is located outside of Ohio, the fee will be billed to the facility within thirty days after the inspection is completed. The inspection fee will be calculated by the board based upon the cost of conducting the inspection, including the time needed to prepare a report on the findings of the inspection. In addition, the board may include the expenses for representatives from the board to travel to and from the facility, including the cost of transportation, food and lodging for a total of two days for each board representatives. Expenses may also include the cost of a rental vehicle, parking, toll fees, or other expenses reasonably related to the cost of the inspection. The board must also make reasonable efforts to limit the costs associated with the inspection, including limiting the cost of transportation. The board agrees to make travel arrangements for their representative at least seven days before the scheduled inspection to limit the cost of travel and related expenses.

Effective: 08/09/2010
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/06/2010 and 05/06/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4752.17(A)(9)
Rule Amplifies: 4752.17(A)(9)
Prior Effective Dates: 05/23/2005, 07/15/2007

4761:1-8-04 License and certificate of registration replacement fees.

(A) The board may charge a replacement fee of ten dollars for each replacement license or certificate of registration identification card. The board may charge a replacement fee of ten dollars for each replacement wall certificate.

Effective: 08/09/2010
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/06/2010 and 05/06/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4752.17(A)(8) , 4752.17(A)(11)
Rule Amplifies: 4752.17(A)(8) , 4752.17(A)(11)
Prior Effective Dates: 05/23/2005