Title 5
Businesses and Professions

Chapter 76
Issuance of License upon Payment of Taxes

R.I. Gen. Laws § 5-76-2

§ 5-76-2. Application for license to conduct business upon certification of taxes paid.

(a) Any person applying to any department, board, commission, division, authority, or other agency of this state for any license or other authority to conduct a profession, trade, or business, shall certify upon such application, under penalties of perjury, that such person has filed all required tax returns and paid all taxes due the state from the person or, if unpaid, is pursuing administrative or appellate review of such taxes. Such license shall not be issued unless such certification is made.

(b) “Person” shall mean and include any individual, corporation, limited-liability company, partnership, association, joint venture, or other entity.

(c) “License” shall mean any license or other certificate of authority, including the periodic registration of attorneys, required to conduct a profession, trade, or business in this state.

(d) For purposes of this chapter, “authority” shall also refer to the Rhode Island Supreme Court relating to the periodic registration of attorneys.

History of Section.
P.L. 2004, ch. 595, art. 39, § 1.