Motor Carrier Account
- • Consumer Protection Household Moves Account
(1) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, all fees, taxes, charges and other sums collected by the Department of Transportation under this chapter shall be paid into the State Treasury and shall be placed to the credit of an account, separate and distinct from the General Fund, to be known as the Motor Carrier Account. Interest earned by the account shall be credited to the account.
(2) Notwithstanding ORS 823.991 (Penalties), all fees collected under ORS 825.247 (Imposition of fee on certain household goods carriers) and all penalties collected under ORS 825.950 (Civil penalty for violation of this chapter, ORS chapter 818 or 826, or rule or order of department) for offering to transport or transporting household goods without a certificate shall be paid into the State Treasury and shall be placed to the credit of an account, separate and distinct from the General Fund, to be known as the Consumer Protection Household Moves Account. Interest earned by the account shall be credited to the account. Moneys in the account are continuously appropriated to the department for purposes specified in subsection (5) of this section.
(3) The department may purchase the necessary supplies and equipment and provide for all necessary and incidental expenses incurred by the department in administering and enforcing this chapter.
(4) All claims, duly approved by the department, that have been incurred in pursuance of law, shall be paid by warrants drawn in the manner provided by law, payable out of the Motor Carrier Account or the Consumer Protection Household Moves Account.
(5) Moneys in the Consumer Protection Household Moves Account shall be used by the department exclusively for administration and enforcement of provisions of this chapter relating to persons that offer to provide or provide transportation of household goods without a certificate. [Formerly 767.630; 2003 c.754 §8; 2009 c.433 §12]
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