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74-711. Availability of records maintained for administration of employment security law; order requiring employers to file statement of insurance, qualify as self-insurers or members of group-funded workers' compensation pools; failure to comply; injunction; procedure. The records of the secretary of labor, compiled and maintained for administration of the employment security law, shall be made available to the director of workers' compensation for comparison with respect to matters of payroll, payroll tax, number and type of employees of all employers doing business in the state of Kansas who have not qualified as self-insurers or group-funded workers' compensation pools and who have not filed statements of insurance with the director of workers' compensation. The director shall order employers coming under this act and who have not qualified as self-insurers or group-funded workers' compensation pools and who have not filed a statement of insurance as provided by this act to so qualify or to file such statement or to cease doing business in the state of Kansas within a period to be set by the director but not less than 10 days from the date of the order.

In the event that such an employer fails to comply with the order of the director of workers' compensation issued as provided in this section, the attorney general or the district attorney or county attorney of any county in which such employer is doing business shall prepare and file in the district court of any county in which such employer is doing business a petition in the name of the state signed and verified by the director of workers' compensation, and asking that such employer be enjoined from doing business in this state for such period of time as the director may deem proper and until such employer has complied with the workers' compensation law, and the district court shall have jurisdiction and venue to enter its order without requiring bond or evidence to be filed or presented. In all other respects such action shall be governed by the laws governing civil procedure.

History: L. 1961, ch. 243, § 6; L. 1976, ch. 370, § 85; L. 1983, ch. 166, § 17; L. 2004, ch. 179, § 98; July 1.


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