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Title XVI CONSERVATION, RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT

Chapter 260

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  260.241.  Permit not to be issued, when. — A permit shall not be issued to any person who is determined by the department to habitually violate or to have habitually violated the requirements of the Missouri environmental statutes,* the environmental statutes of other states, or * federal statutes pertaining to environmental control or has had two or more convictions within Missouri, after August 28, 1990, and within any five-year period, for crimes or criminal acts, an element of which involves restraint of trade, price-fixing, intimidation of the customers of another person or for engaging in any other acts which may have the effect of restraining or limiting competition concerning activities regulated under this chapter or similar laws of other states or the federal government; except that convictions for violations by entities purchased or acquired by an applicant or permittee which occurred prior to the purchase or acquisition shall not be included, or who has offered, in person or through an agent, any inducement, including any discussion of potential employment opportunities, to any employee of the department when such person has an application for a permit pending or a permit under review.  A license or permit shall not be issued to any person who has been adjudged in contempt of any court order enforcing the provisions of the Missouri solid or hazardous waste laws.  For the purposes of this subsection, the term "person" shall include any officer or management employee of the applicant, or any officer or management employee of any corporation or business which owns an interest in the applicant, or any officer or management employee of any business which is owned either wholly or in part by any person, corporation, or business which owns an interest in the applicant.

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(L. 1988 S.B. 535, A.L. 1995 S.B. 60 & 112)

*Word "of" appears here in original rolls.


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