2022 Utah Code
Title 59 - Revenue and Taxation
Chapter 12 - Sales and Use Tax Act
Part 1 - Tax Collection
Section 102.3 - Authority to enter into agreement -- Delegates.

Universal Citation: UT Code § 59-12-102.3 (2022)
59-12-102.3. Authority to enter into agreement -- Delegates.
  • (1) The commission may apply to the governing board for the state to become a party to the agreement.
  • (2) If the state becomes a party to the agreement, the commission may:
    • (a) establish standards for certification of a:
      • (i) certified automated system; and
      • (ii) certified service provider;
    • (b) act jointly with other states that are parties to the agreement to establish performance standards for multistate sellers; and
    • (c) take other actions reasonably required to implement provisions of the agreement:
      • (i) if those actions are not in conflict with statute; and
      • (ii) subject to Subsection (2)(c)(i), including:
        • (A) in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, adopting administrative rules; and
        • (B) in furtherance of the agreement, jointly procuring goods or services with other states that are parties to the agreement.
  • (3) Subject to Subsection (4), delegates shall be appointed to the governing board of the agreement to:
    • (a) assist in implementing the provisions of the agreement; and
    • (b) address other matters as determined by the governing board.
  • (4) Delegates shall be appointed as follows:
    • (a) two delegates shall be legislators appointed by mutual consent of the speaker of the House of Representatives and the president of the Senate; and
    • (b) two delegates shall be appointed by the governor, at least one of whom shall be from the commission.

Amended by Chapter 285, 2011 General Session
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