Nevada Revenue and Taxation

Sec. § 365.593
Disciplinary action for fraudulent use of motor vehicle fuel or sale of unlawfully formulated motor vehicle fuel.


1.

The Department may take disciplinary action in accordance with subsection 2 against any person who, below the terminal rack:

(a)

Sells or stores for personal consumption any motor vehicle fuel for a use which the person selling or storing the fuel knows, or has reason to know, is a taxable use of the fuel and does not report and pay the applicable tax to the Department;

(b)

Willfully alters the volume or composition of any motor vehicle fuel which is intended for a taxable use and does not report and pay the applicable tax to the Department; or

(c)

Sells motor vehicle fuel which the person selling the fuel knows, or has reason to know, is formulated in a manner that violates any provision of state or federal law governing standards for the formulation of motor vehicle fuel.

2.

For any violation described in subsection 1, the Department may:

(a)

For a first violation within 4 years, impose an administrative fine of not more than $2,500 and suspend any license issued to the person pursuant to the provisions of this chapter for not more than 30 days;

(b)

For a second violation within 4 years, impose an administrative fine of not more than $5,000 and suspend any license issued to the person pursuant to the provisions of this chapter for not more than 60 days; and

(c)

For a third or subsequent violation within 4 years, impose an administrative fine of not more than $10,000 and revoke any license issued to the person pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.
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Feb. 5, 2021