In the event of licenses, permits, stamps or other issues of the department which
are lost, stolen or destroyed while in the possession of a county clerk or an agent
appointed pursuant to K.S.A. 32-985, the secretary may make such investigation as necessary and, if the secretary finds
that the licenses, permits, stamps or other issues were lost, stolen or destroyed
by a cause beyond the control of the county clerk or agent, the secretary may make
an adjustment of the amount due for any such licenses, permits, stamps or other issues
and may entirely relieve the county clerk or agent for payment of the fees for such
licenses, permits, stamps or other issues or may make such lesser adjustment as the
secretary considers proper.
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