Yes. These are found in K.S.A. 31-606.
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Pursuant to K.S.A. 31-603(g) it is the duty of the Office of the State Fire Marshal.
A manufacturer may obtain certification forms through the Kansas Attorney General website. These need to be filled out fully and completely with proper payments sent via certified funds to the Office of the State Fire Marshal. There is also a fee due to the Kansas Secretary of State.
Every three years according to K.S.A. 31-604(d).
That manufacturer must obtain new certification for the altered cigarette pursuant to K.S.A. 31-604(h).
For the fees sent to the Fire Marshal's office pursuant to this Act, there has been established in the state treasury a separate, non-lapsing fund to be known as the Fire Safety Standard and Firefighter Protection Act Enforcement Fund which shall be administered by the Office of the State Fire Marshal (K.S.A. 31-604(g)).
Yes. They may sell existing cigarette inventory, even if they are not stamped until July 1, 2010 if: