The commissioner may prescribe all necessary rules for making and filing of all reports
required hereunder and otherwise necessary to the enforcement of this chapter. The commissioner may require a sufficient bond from any person charged with the
making and filing of reports and the payment of the taxes imposed under this chapter. The bond must run to the state of North Dakota and must be conditioned upon the
making and filing of reports as required by law, upon compliance with the rules and
regulations of the commissioner, and for the prompt payment, by the principal therein,
of all taxes justly due the state under this chapter. When any reports required have not been filed, or may be insufficient to furnish
all the information required by the commissioner, the commissioner shall institute,
in the name of the state of North Dakota upon relation of the commissioner, any necessary
action or proceedings in the courts having jurisdiction, to enjoin such person from
continuing operations until such reports have been filed as required, and in all proper
cases, injunction must issue without bond from the state of North Dakota. Upon showing that the state is in danger of losing its claims or the property is
being mismanaged, dissipated, or concealed, a receiver must be appointed at the suit
of the state.
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