Applicability of retaliatory provisions
(1) On or before April 1 of each year, each foreign or alien insurer shall:
(a) Determine and report to the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services whether the provisions of the laws of any state or country require the imposition of the burdens specified by ORS 731.854 (Retaliatory tax);
(b) Compute the amount owing under ORS 731.854 (Retaliatory tax); and
(c) Pay to the director that amount.
(2) If the director, during the period in which the director under ORS 731.836 (Limitation on enforcement of insurer’s tax obligations) may collect taxes owing under this section, finds the amount of such taxes paid by an insurer to have been incorrect, the director shall charge or credit the insurer with the difference between the correct amount of tax and the amount actually paid. [1969 c.158 §3 (enacted in lieu of 731.858); 1989 c.700 §9]
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