Moneys collected to be turned over to State Treasurer
- • return of checks or money orders
- • maximum amount returned set by rule
- • effect of indorsement "paid in full"
(1) It shall be the duty of the officer or other person or agent collecting, receiving, in possession of, or having the control of any state money or other funds, contributions or donations collected or received by, and to be expended by or on behalf of the state under the approval or supervision of any state officer, board, commission, corporation, institution, department or other state organization, recognized by the laws of this state and having the power to collect and disburse state funds, to turn over all such moneys mentioned in this section collected or received by or on account of such state officer, board, commission, corporation, institution, department or other state organization, to the State Treasurer not later than one business day after collection or receipt thereof. However, the officer, board, commission, corporation, institution, department or other state organization may comply with this requirement by using a reasonable, longer period for the transmittal of particularly identified funds or categories of funds if it documents and maintains in its official files, and submits a copy of such documentation to the Division of Audits of the Secretary of State for review, information that a valid business reason exists for using a longer transmittal period and that the period is no longer than necessary to satisfy that business reason.
(2) The deposit by or on behalf of the state under the approval or supervision of any state officer, board, commission, corporation, public corporation, institution, department or other state organization of a check marked "paid in full," "payment in full," "full payment of a claim" or words of similar meaning does not establish an accord and satisfaction which binds the state or prevents the collection of the remaining amount owed upon the obligation unless an officer or employee with actual authority to settle claims has agreed in writing to accept the check as full payment of a disputed obligation.
(3) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (1) of this section, subject to limits on amount adopted pursuant to subsection (4) of this section, a state agency may return any bank check or money order received by the agency, whenever such bank check or money order is incomplete or the report or record applied for is not available or releasable or the payment is not owed. The agency shall keep a record of the check or money order returned, in the form prescribed by the Oregon Department of Administrative Services.
(4) After consultation with the State Treasurer, the department shall by rule limit the return, by an agency, of a bank check or money order under subsection (3) of this section to checks or money orders of less than the amount specified in the rule. [Formerly 291.436; 1969 c.141 §3; 1979 c.74 §1; 1989 c.205 §1; 1997 c.122 §1]
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