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  142.878.  Application for license. — 1.  Each person applying for a license as provided for in this chapter shall apply upon a form prepared and furnished by the director.  The application shall be subscribed to by the person and shall contain the information as the director may reasonably require for the administration of this chapter, including the applicant's federal identification number.

  2.  The director shall investigate each applicant for a license under this chapter.  No license shall be issued if the director determines that any one of the following exists:

  (1)  The application is not filed in good faith;

  (2)  The person is not the real party in interest;

  (3)  The license of the real party in interest has been revoked for cause;

  (4)  Where such application is filed by a person who managed, operated, owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, a business which held a license pursuant to this chapter which business is indebted to this state for any tax, penalties or interest accruing hereunder;

  (5)  Where such application is filed by a business that is managed, operated or controlled, directly or indirectly, by any person who held a license pursuant to this chapter who is indebted to this state for any tax, penalties, or interest accruing hereunder;

  (6)  Where such application is filed by a business that is managed, operated, owned, or controlled, directly or indirectly, by any person who managed, operated, owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, a business licensed pursuant to this chapter which is indebted to this state for any tax, penalties, or interest accruing hereunder;

  (7)  Any good cause the director may determine;

  (8)  With respect to a distributor's license, the applicant intending to export is not licensed in the intended specific state(s) of destination; or

  (9)  The applicant has a prior conviction for motor fuel tax evasion.

  3.  Applicants, including corporate officers, partners, and individuals, for a license issued by the director may be required to submit their fingerprints to the director at the time of application.  Officers of publicly held corporations and their subsidiaries shall be exempt from this fingerprinting provision.  Persons, other than applicants for a distributor's license, who possessed licenses issued under a predecessor statute continuously for three years prior to January 1, 1999, shall also be exempt from this provision.  Fingerprints required by this section must be submitted on forms prescribed by the director.  The director may forward to the Federal Bureau of Investigation or any other agency for processing all fingerprints submitted by license applicants.  The receiving agency shall issue its findings to the director.  The director or another state agency may maintain a file of fingerprints.

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(L. 1998 S.B. 619)

Effective 1-1-99


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