New Hampshire Revised Statutes 399-A:17 - Records And Filings
Current as of: 2009
I. A document is filed when it is received by the commissioner. Examination expenses, fines, penalties, and other moneys obliged to be paid to the department shall be paid within 14 days of receipt of notice by the licensee or other person or such later time as determined by the commissioner. If any filing deadline date falls on a weekend or on a New Hampshire state or federal legal holiday, the due date shall be automatically extended to the next business day following such weekend or holiday.
II. Electronic filings, when received by the commissioner, are deemed filed, and are prima facie evidence that a filing has been duly authorized and made by the signatory on the application or document, are admissible in any civil or administrative proceeding under this chapter, and are admissible in evidence in accordance with the rules of superior court in any action brought by the attorney general under this chapter.
III. A licensee may maintain its records in electronic format if, upon request, the licensee provides the commissioner with:
(a) A full explanation of the programming of any data storage or communications systems in use; and
(b) Information from any books, records, electronic data processing systems, computers, or any other information storage system in the form requested by the commissioner.
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