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Chapter 301

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  301.221.  Application to be submitted, contents, requirements to obtain license — fee. — 1.  The department shall file each application received by it with the required fee, and when satisfied that the applicant, if an individual, or each of the partners or principal officers of the applicant, if a partnership or a corporation, is of good moral character and that the applicant, so far as can be ascertained, has complied and will comply with the provisions of sections 301.217 to 301.229 and the laws of this state relating to registration of and certificates of title of vehicles, shall issue to the applicant a license to carry on and conduct the kind of businesses, enumerated in section 301.218, specified in the application at the address therein specified, until the next license renewal date.

  2.  When the application is being made for licensure as a salvage dealer, the applicant shall obtain a certification by a uniformed member or authorized or designated employee of the Missouri state highway patrol stationed in the troop area in which the applicant's place of business is located; except, that in counties of the first classification, certification may be performed by an officer of a metropolitan police department when the applicant's established place of business of salvage is in the metropolitan area where the certifying metropolitan police officer is employed.  An applicant shall have a bona fide established place of business which shall include a permanent enclosed building or structure, either owned in fee or leased and actually occupied as a place of business by the applicant for:

  (1)  Selling used parts of or used accessories for vehicles; or

  (2)  Salvaging, wrecking or dismantling vehicles for resale of the parts thereof; or

  (3)  Rebuilding and repairing wrecked or dismantled vehicles; or

  (4)  Processing scrapped vehicles or vehicle parts.

  3.  The applicant's place of business shall be a place wherein the public may contact the owner or operator, in person or by telephone, at any reasonable time, and wherein shall be kept and maintained the books, records, files, tools, equipment and other matters required and necessary to conduct the business.

  4.  The application shall include a photograph, not to exceed eight inches by ten inches, showing the building and business premises and shall accompany the initial application but will not be required for subsequent renewals unless substantial changes have been made to the building or business premises.


(L. 1979 H.B. 78 § 5, A.L. 1986 H.B. 1367 & 1573, A.L. 2004 S.B. 1233, et al., A.L. 2007 S.B. 82)

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