§ 39.3. Transient vendor certificates.

 (a)  General. Upon receipt of an application for a transient vendor certificate and the acceptance by the Department of the bond as required under §  39.4 (relating to surety bond or other security), the Department will issue a transient vendor certificate. The certificate shall be prominently displayed by the vendor while conducting sales or other business within this Commonwealth.

 (b)  Expiration of transient vendor certificate. Certificates shall expire on the last day of January each year except that the initial certificate issued will not expire until the second succeeding January. For example, a certificate initially issued in July 1984, will expire on January 31, 1986.

 (c)  Renewal. Prior to the annual expiration of the transient vendor certificate, the Department will send an application for renewal to the transient vendor. Upon receiving an application for renewal of the transient vendor certificate and the acceptance by the Department of the bond as required by §  39.4, the Department will issue a new transient vendor certificate unless the Department finds the applicant in violation of Article II of the TRC (72 P. S. § §  7201—7282).

 (d)  Surrender of transient vendor certificate. A transient vendor may file a request for the voluntary surrender of its transient vendor certificate with the Department. If the Department is satisfied that the transient vendor has complied with Article II of the TRC and the Department has possession of the transient vendor’s certificate, it shall return the posted bond to the transient vendor.



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