§36-8-24. Interest and penalties.
(a) A holder who fails to report, pay or deliver property within the time prescribed by this article shall pay to the administrator interest at the annual rate of twelve percent on the property or value thereof from the date the property should have been reported, paid or delivered.

(b) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (c) of this section, a holder who fails to report, pay or deliver property within the time prescribed by this article, or fails to perform other duties imposed by this article, shall pay to the administrator, in addition to interest as provided in subsection (a) of this section, a civil penalty of two hundred dollars for each day the report, payment or delivery is withheld, or the duty is not performed, up to a maximum of five thousand dollars.

(c) A holder who willfully fails to report, pay or deliver property within the time prescribed by this article, or willfully fails to perform other duties imposed by this article, shall pay to the administrator, in addition to interest as provided in subsection (a) of this section, a civil penalty of one thousand dollars for each day the report, payment or delivery is withheld, or the duty is not performed, up to a maximum of twenty-five thousand dollars, plus twenty-five percent of the value of any property that should have been but was not reported.

(d) A holder who makes a fraudulent report shall pay to the administrator, in addition to interest as provided in subsection(a) of this section, a civil penalty of one thousand dollars for each day from the date a report under this article was due, up to a maximum of twenty-five thousand dollars, plus twenty-five percent of the value of any property that should have been but was not reported.

(e) The administrator for good cause may waive, in whole or in part, interest under subsection (a) of this section and penalties under subsections (b) and (c) of this section, and shall waive penalties if the holder acted in good faith and without negligence.