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§4604-01 Compensation to Be Paid by Entities Engaged in the Operation of Auxiliary Fire Alarm Systems (Effective Until July 1, 2009)
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(a) Scope. This section sets forth the compensation required to be paid to the City of New York pursuant to Administrative Code §15-127(a)(1) by a central station company or a proprietary central station company for operation of an auxiliary fire alarm system.
(b) Definition. The following term shall, for purposes of this section and used elsewhere in the rules, have the meanings shown herein:
Auxiliary fire alarm system. The re-transmission or other reporting to the Department of alarm signals from the monitoring of fire alarm systems by a central station company, proprietary central station, or any other person or company that receives compensation or derives any other financial benefit therefrom.
(c) Schedule of Fees. Each central station company or proprietary central station company that is engaged in the operation of auxiliary fire alarm systems shall pay an amount which shall equal the product of the fee prescribed below, multiplied by the number of terminals (also known as "assignments"). The Department shall annually bill each entity for an amount based on the number of terminals in operation at any time during the period from the first day of July through the last day of June, and that amount shall be payable by the first day of the month of October. The fees shall be as follows:
Annual Fee Per Class E or Class J Terminal (pursuant to 1968 Building Code Occupancy Group E — Business and Occupancy Group J — Residential (Administrative Code §§27-253 and 27-263)) $135.00
Annual Fee Per Terminal All Other Types of Systems $ 45.00
Fees for terminals placed in operation after the first day of the month of July shall be payable for the first operating period in accordance with the following table. Thereafter, fees for such terminals shall be payable on an annual basis.
|Quarter First in Operation||Fee per Class E or Class J terminal||Fee per terminal; all Other types of systems|
7/2 to 9/30
10/1 to 12/31
1/1 to 3/31
4/1 to 6/30
The Department shall, at the beginning of each quarter, bill each entity for an amount, in accordance with the schedule set forth above, based on the number of new terminals it placed in operation during the previous quarter, and that amount shall be payable by the first day of the next succeeding quarter.
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