§ 13A.010 Definitions for chapter
§ 13A.020 Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee — Membership — Meetings — Vote required to act
§ 13A.030 Duties of subcommittee
§ 13A.040 Administrative regulations compiler — Duties
§ 13A.050 Kentucky Administrative Regulations Service — Administrative Register of Kentucky — Publication dates — Certificate of compiler — Fees
§ 13A.060 Exclusive publication by Legislative Research Commission — Copies available to members of General Assembly
§ 13A.070 Administrative regulations promulgated by Commission — Assistance to administrative bodies
§ 13A.090 Rebuttable presumption of correctness of content of administrative regulations — Judicial notice
§ 13A.100 Matters which shall be prescribed by administrative regulation
§ 13A.110 Prescription of forms and tables
§ 13A.120 Promulgation of administrative regulations — Prohibitions concerning promulgations
§ 13A.125 Restrictions on filing subsequent proposed administrative regulation with same number and title
§ 13A.130 Matters prohibited as subject of internal policy, memorandum, or other form of action
§ 13A.150 Specified time for filing
§ 13A.170 Methods of promulgating administrative regulations
§ 13A.180 Ordinary administrative regulation defined
§ 13A.190 Emergency administrative regulations
§ 13A.200 Administrative regulation in contemplation of a statute — Procedure
§ 13A.210 Tiering of administrative regulations
§ 13A.220 Compliance with KRS 13A.222 and 13A.224 required — Filing with compiler — Format
§ 13A.221 Division of subject matter of administrative regulation
§ 13A.222 Drafting rules
§ 13A.224 General requirements for incorporation by reference
§ 13A.2245 Incorporation of code or uniform standard by reference
§ 13A.2251 Information required in administrative regulation when incorporating material by reference
§ 13A.2255 Amendment of material previously incorporated by reference
§ 13A.2261 Federal statutes and regulations not to be incorporated by reference
§ 13A.230 Other material to be filed with and e-mailed to compiler
§ 13A.240 Regulatory impact analysis
§ 13A.245 Agencies to prepare a federal mandate analysis comparing proposed state regulatory standards to federal standards — Relationship between state administrative regulation and federal law or regulation governing a subject matter
§ 13A.250 Consideration of costs to local and state government — Fiscal note
§ 13A.255 Notice of ordinary administrative regulation proposing to establish or increase fees
§ 13A.270 Public hearing and comments — Notice — Communication by e-mail regarding administrative regulations — When notification of regulations compiler required
§ 13A.280 Statement of consideration — Amendment — Format — Information required — Publication
§ 13A.290 Review by Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee — Review by interim joint committee or standing committee with subject matter jurisdiction
§ 13A.300 Request by promulgating administrative body or a subcommittee to defer consideration of administrative regulation — Consideration of deferred administrative regulation — Limitation on number of deferrals — Deferral of administrative regulation re
§ 13A.310 Repeal or permissive withdrawal of administrative regulation
§ 13A.3102 Expiration of administrative regulations
§ 13A.3104 Certification process for avoiding expiration of administrative regulations
§ 13A.312 Actions required when authority over a subject matter is transferred to another administrative body or name of administrative body is changed
§ 13A.315 Mandatory withdrawal of administrative regulation prior to review by legislative subcommittee — Effect of noncompliance with chapter — Withdrawal of deficient administrative regulation upon Governor’s determination
§ 13A.320 Amendment of administrative regulation during meeting of subcommittee or public meeting — Format
§ 13A.330 Notification of finding of deficiency — Governor’s determination after finding of deficiency
§ 13A.331 Adoption and effective date of administrative regulation
§ 13A.335 Reasons administrative regulation found deficient shall not be considered deficient — Notice
§ 13A.336 Annual report on administrative regulations found deficient — Contents
§ 13A.337 Legislative finding — Certain administrative regulations void — Prohibition against promulgating substantially similar regulations — Judicial review
§ 13A.338 Legislative finding — Certain administrative regulations void — Prohibition against promulgating substantially similar regulations within specified time
§ 13A.350 Application of chapter

Terms Used In Kentucky Statutes > Chapter 13A

  • Administrative body: means each state board, bureau, cabinet, commission, department, authority, officer, or other entity, except the General Assembly and the Court of Justice, authorized by law to promulgate administrative regulations. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Administrative regulation: means each statement of general applicability promulgated by an administrative body that implements, interprets, or prescribes law or policy, or describes the organization, procedure, or practice requirements of any administrative body. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Adopted: means that an administrative regulation has become effective in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Appropriate court: means the Circuit Court for the county of the Commonwealth in which the limited cooperative association's principal office is located or, if none, the county in which the registered office is or was last located. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Articles of association: means the articles of association of a limited cooperative association required by KRS 272A. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Articles of incorporation: include amended and restated articles of incorporation and articles of merger. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Authorizing signature: means the signature of the head of the administrative body authorized by statute to promulgate administrative regulations. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Bylaws: means the bylaws of a limited cooperative association. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Commission: means the Legislative Research Commission. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Conference committee: A temporary, ad hoc panel composed of conferees from both chamber of a legislature which is formed for the purpose of reconciling differences in legislation that has passed both chambers. Conference committees are usually convened to resolve bicameral differences on major and controversial legislation.
  • Cooperative: means a limited cooperative association or an entity organized under any cooperative law of any jurisdiction. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Director: means a director of a limited cooperative association. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Distribution: means a direct or indirect transfer of money or other property (except its own shares) or incurrence of indebtedness by a corporation to or for the benefit of its shareholders in respect of any of its shares. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • domestic corporation: means a corporation for profit, which is not a foreign corporation, incorporated under or subject to the provisions of this chapter, and includes a professional service corporation and a public benefit corporation. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Employee: includes an officer but not a director. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Entity: means an entity or a foreign entity, both as defined in KRS 14A. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Entity: includes a domestic or foreign corporation. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Federal mandate: means any federal constitutional, legislative, or executive law or order that requires or permits any administrative body to engage in regulatory activities that impose compliance standards, reporting requirements, recordkeeping, or similar responsibilities upon entities in the Commonwealth. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Financial rights: means the right to participate in allocations and distributions as provided in Subchapters 10 and 12 of this chapter, but does not include rights or obligations under a marketing contract governed by Subchapter 7 of this chapter. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Foreign cooperative: means an entity organized in a jurisdiction other than this
    Commonwealth under a law similar to this chapter. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Foreign corporation: means a corporation for profit incorporated under a law other than the law of this state. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Governance rights: means the right to participate in governance of a limited cooperative association. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Investor member: means a member that has made a contribution to a limited cooperative association and:
    (a) Is not required by the organic rules to conduct patronage with the association in the member's capacity as an investor member in order to receive the member's interest. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Last effective date: means the latter of:
    (a) The most recent date an ordinary administrative regulation became
    effective, without including the date a technical amendment was made pursuant to KRS 13A. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Local government: means and includes a city, county, urban-county, charter county, consolidated local government, special district, or a quasi-governmental body authorized by the Kentucky Revised Statutes or a local ordinance. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Member: means a person that is admitted as a patron member or investor member, or both, in a limited cooperative association. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Members meeting: means an annual members meeting or special meeting of members. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Organic law: means the statute providing for the creation of an entity or principally governing its internal affairs. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Organizer: means an individual who signs the initial articles of association. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Patron member: means a member that has made a contribution to a limited cooperative association and:
    (a) Is required by the organic rules to conduct patronage with the association in the member's capacity as a patron member in order to receive the member's interest. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Patronage: means business transactions between a limited cooperative association and a person which entitle the person to receive financial rights based on the value or quantity of business done between the association and the person. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Person: includes individual and entity. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Principal office: means the office in or out of this state, so designated in writing to the Secretary of State where the principal executive offices of a domestic or foreign corporation are located. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Principal office: means the principal executive office of a limited cooperative association or foreign cooperative, whether or not in this state. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Proceeding: includes civil suit and criminal, administrative, and investigatory action. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • promulgated: means that an administrative regulation, or other document required to be filed by this chapter, has been submitted to the Commission in accordance with this chapter. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Proposed administrative regulation: means an administrative regulation that: (a) Has been filed by an administrative body. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Public benefit: means a positive effect or reduction of negative effects on one (1) or more categories of persons, entities, communities, or interests other than stockholders in their capacities as stockholders. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Public benefit corporation: means a for-profit corporation that is intended to produce a public benefit and to operate in a responsible manner, balancing the stockholders' pecuniary interests, the best interests of those materially affected by the corporation's conduct, and the public benefit identified in its articles of incorporation. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Secretary: means the corporate officer to whom the board of directors has delegated responsibility under KRS 271B. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Secretary: means the officer designated pursuant to KRS 272A. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Shareholder: means the person in whose name shares are registered in the records of a corporation or the beneficial owner of shares to the extent of the rights granted by a nominee certificate on file with a corporation. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Sign: means , with present intent to authenticate or adopt a record:
    (a) To execute or adopt a tangible symbol. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • signature: includes any manual, facsimile, or conformed or electronic signature. See Kentucky Statutes 271B.1-400
  • Small business: means a business entity, including its affiliates, that: (a) Is independently owned and operated. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • State: means a state of the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, or any territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Statement of consideration: means the document required by KRS 13A. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Subcommittee: means the Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee, any other subcommittee of the Legislative Research Commission, an interim joint committee, or a House and Senate standing committee. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Tiering: means the tailoring of regulatory requirements to fit the particular circumstances surrounding regulated entities. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010
  • Transfer: includes an assignment, conveyance, deed, bill of sale, lease, mortgage, security interest, encumbrance, gift, and transfer by operation of law. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Voting group: means any combination of one (1) or more voting members in one (1) or more districts or classes that under the organic rules or under this chapter are entitled to vote and can be counted together collectively on a matter at a members meeting. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Voting power: means the total current power of members to vote on a particular matter for which a vote may or is to be taken. See Kentucky Statutes 272A.1-020
  • Written comments: means comments submitted to the administrative body's contact person identified pursuant to KRS 13A. See Kentucky Statutes 13A.010