Yes; For the February examination, late applications will be accepted from November 2 through January 15. For the July examination, late applications will be accepted from February 2 – June 30. There is an additional fee of $500.00 which must accompany the application when filed.
North Dakota Secretary of State | Business Services | Nonpro...
State law requires all business entities (including nonprofit corporations) that are registered with the Secretary of State's office to pay a late filing fee if their annual reports are not filed on or before their respective due date. The late filing fee is required. North Dakota's annual report statutes specifically state that a report received after the required date must bear a postmark date on or before the required date to be acceptable without the late filing fee.
Questions about being a whistleblower
No, but it is important to file a report as soon as you have enough evidence to make a good faith report. If you delay, evidence becomes stale, hampering the investigation, and then the University may not be able to resolve the problem.
Financial Disclosure - Frequently Asked Questions
Candidates' deadline: 30 days prior to first election (primary, special, or general) at which their candidacy will be voted on; Write-in candidates' deadline: 20 days prior to first election (primary, special, or general) at which their candidacy will be voted on; Persons hired, promoted, or appointed to non-elective office after February 15th of the year: 90 days after they are hired, promoted, or appointed.
NJDEP Air Quality Permitting Program (AQPP) - RADIUS
Effective 7/1/2006 permitting fees have changed. To review the changes please click on each link for more information.
University of Washington credit classes for grad-school prep...
Some academic departments require that Non-Degree students register after the first day of the quarter at which time a $25 late fee is usually assessed. Contact the appropriate department to determine if there are procedures for waiving the late fee. Waiving the late fee is at the discretion of each department.
Webb County Appraisal District Home page
You may file for a homestead exemption up to one year after the delinquency date -- usually February 1. If you are 65 or older or disabled, you must apply for the exemption no later than one year from your 65th birthday or one year after the delinquency date, whichever is later.
U.S. Bankruptcy Court - District of Colorado - FAQs
In a Chapter 7 case filed in Colorado, if the case trustee files a Notice of Possible Dividends, you will be sent a notice of the deadline (bar date) by which a claim is due. In Chapter 9 and 11 cases, creditors will receive a specific notice of the deadline (bar date) by which a claim is due. In a Chapter 13 case, the deadline (bar date) for creditors who have claims against the debtor should be stated in the Notice of the Meeting of Creditors.
Utah State University
If any payment made to the University is unauthorized, incomplete (at the time of the Fee Payment Deadline), or received after the due date, registration fees will be considered as unpaid and the student will not be officially registered. Courses previously scheduled may be dropped. Note: Your registration is your responsibility. Do not rely on the “purge” to drop unwanted courses. There are some circumstances to which the “purge” does not apply.
LouisvilleKy.gov - Help/Resources - FAQ
If the due date for the filing of a return has past, file the return as soon as possible to avoid any further penalty or interest. You may be charged both penalties for the late filing and late payment and interest on any unpaid tax that is not paid by the original due date.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
To ensure our compliance system does not identify a company as delinquent in error, it is important that companies file a Notification of Late Filing on or before the filing due date. If a Notification of Late Filing is filed after the filing due date, the company's symbol may be appended with a "E".
FAQ - Board of Equalization - Clark County Washington
July 1 of the assessment year or within 60 days of when the Change of Value was mailed by the Assessor's Office, whatever date is later. If the petition is mailed, it must be postmarked by midnight of the deadline. Mail to: Board of Equalization, 500 West 8th Street, Suite 19, Vancouver, WA 98660. Petitioners may hand deliver the petition to the Board and have it date stamped. Please do not wait until the last day to file an appeal.
Frequently Asked Tax Questions
The time allowed for filing a tax appeal depends upon the type of tax that is being contested. A properly-served appeal from an order, decision, determination or disallowance of the Commissioner of Revenue Services must be filed with the superior court for the Judicial District of New Britain within one month after notice of such order, decision, determination or disallowance is mailed to or served upon the taxpayer.
California Secretary of State - Elections & Voter Inform...
The non-refundable filing fee is $3,500 and must be paid when the candidate takes out nomination papers.
First Stop Business Center - Frequently Asked Questions
The filing fee is $15.00. This is an examination fee and is non-refundable. In the event a mark cannot be registered, the fee is not refunded. No. A "trade name" is a name an owner uses to identify his/her business while a "trademark" is used to identify a good or service a business provides.
New York Court Help -
The fee is $15.00 if you suing for $1,000 or less. It's $20.00 if you are suing for more than $1,000.
UMBC: Financial Aid
A late fee is charged if your bill is not paid by the due date. UMBC's Late Fee Waiver Policy lists specific requirements necessary for late fee removal.