42-5007. Taxpayer security; out-of-state prime contractors; definition
A. In lieu of the bond required under section 42-1102 or 42-5006, a person who is in the construction business, who does not have a principal place of business in this state and who enters into a prime construction contract to be performed in this state, at the time the contract is entered into, shall furnish to the director or the director's agent a surety bond or other acceptable security in an amount equal to the gross receipts to be paid under the contract multiplied by the aggregate rates of the applicable taxes imposed by this chapter to secure payment of the tax imposed by this chapter on the gross receipts from the contract and shall obtain a certificate from the director or the director's agent that the requirements of this section have been met.
B. If the total amount to be paid under the contract is changed by ten per cent or more after the date the bond or other security is furnished, the person shall increase or decrease, as the case may be, the amount of the bond or security within fourteen days after the change.
C. If a person fails to comply with subsection A or B of this section, the director or the director's agent may:
1. Demand by certified mail or in person that the person comply. On the person's failure to comply within ten days after the date of the mailing of such demand, the director may institute a proceeding to enjoin the person's business as provided in section 42-1103.
2. When a serious and immediate risk exists that an amount of tax due or reasonably expected to become due from the person on gross receipts from a prime construction contract will not be paid, request the person to comply, and, on failure to comply immediately, the director may without further notice apply to tax court for an injunction under section 42-1103.
D. This section does not apply if the total gross receipts under the construction contract, including any change in such amount, are to be less than fifty thousand dollars.
E. A city, town or county or an agency of this state shall not issue a building or other construction permit to any person who is subject to the requirements of this section without having first been furnished by the construction contractor with the certificate from the director or the director's agent provided under subsection A of this section.
F. In this section "principal place of business" means a location where a person has continuously operated a facility with at least one full-time employee for the preceding twelve consecutive months.