- • failure to pay fee
(1) Subject to ORS 460.035 (Exemptions from operation of ORS 460.005 to 460.175) (1) and 460.085 (Rules) (1), the Department of Consumer and Business Services may collect the following fees:
(a) For each year of an elevator contractors license for each place of business operated by the applicant, $195.
(b) For the submission of plans and other pertinent data when required, for each elevator, $78.
(c) For each year of an inspection period for an operating permit:
(A) A dumbwaiter, sidewalk elevator, residential elevator, residential inclinator or subveyor, $60.
(B) An escalator, lowerator, manlift, stagelift, inclined elevator, platform hoist or moving walk, $98.
(C) A power-driven elevator with a four floor rise or under, $88.
(D) A power-driven elevator with over a four floor rise, but under a 10-floor rise, $108.
(E) A power-driven elevator with a 10-floor rise or over, but under a 20-floor rise, $134.
(F) A power-driven elevator with a 20-floor rise or over, $157.
(d) For a reinspection, $75.
(e) For special inspections of hoisting or lowering mechanisms other than elevators, or for inspections, testing, consultations, site visits or other services for which no fee is otherwise specified, $75 per hour for travel and inspection time.
(f) For an elevator installation permit, if the total cost of the installation or alteration is:
(A) $1,000 or under, $98.
(B) Over $1,000 but under $15,000, $98 plus $13 for each $1,000 or fraction of $1,000 by which the cost exceeds $1,000.
(C) $15,000 or over but under $50,000, $280 plus $8 for each $1,000 or fraction of $1,000 by which the cost exceeds $15,000.
(D) $50,000 or over, $553 plus $3 for each $1,000 or fraction of $1,000 by which the cost exceeds $50,000.
(2) If an owner or user of any elevator equipment fails to pay a fee required under this section within 90 days after the billing date, the department may consider the fee delinquent and double the amount of the fee. [1961 c.427 §20; 1973 c.832 §5; 1977 c.874 §1; 1981 c.566 §1; 1981 c.897 §52; 1991 c.201 §2; 1995 c.696 §21; 2003 c.14 §293; 2005 c.616 §7; 2007 c.71 §143; 2009 c.696 §10]
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