Filing Deadline Extension Requests
Deadline extension request forms may be submitted (i) via email, (ii) in person, or (iii) by United States mail or commercial delivery service. Every effort should be made to submit requests to the Council before the date of the filing deadline.
Requests will be approved or denied within five (5) business days of receipt of the request. The Council may request additional information when reviewing the request. If additional information has been requested, the Council shall grant or deny the request within five (5) business days of receipt of such information.
The Council will approve requests and grant extensions for:
- The death of a relative of the filer, as relative is defined in the definition of "gift" in Article 3 or the Acts.
- A state of emergency is declared by the Governor pursuant to Chapter 3.2 (§ 44-146.13 et seq.) of Title 44 or declared by the President of the United States or the governor of another state pursuant to law and confirmed by the Governor by an executive order, and such an emergency interferes with the timely filing of disclosure forms. The extension shall be granted only for those filers in areas affected by such emergency.
- The filer is a member of a uniformed service of the United States and is on active duty on the date of the filing deadline.
- A failure of the Council’s electronic filing system and the failure of such system prevents the timely filing of disclosure forms.
- Good cause shown.