7400.0600 Reasons To Deny Dealer License


Published: 2015

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7400.0600 REASONS TO DENY DEALER LICENSE.

The registrar shall deny a temporary motor vehicle dealer license and a motor vehicle dealer license for any of the following reasons:

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A.

The application or the items filed with the application do not meet the requirements of parts 7400.0200 and 7400.0300.


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B.

A person named on the application was an owner, officer, or board member of a dealer whose license was revoked under part 7400.1600 or 7400.1900. After the revocation period has elapsed, an applicant is not disqualified from being licensed.


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C.

A person named on the application has been enjoined or convicted for a violation listed in Minnesota Statutes, section 168.27, subdivision 11. An applicant is not disqualified from being licensed if the applicant can show that the person has met the conditions of Minnesota Statutes, chapter 364.


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D.

The applicant's established place of business does not meet the requirements of parts 7400.4000 to 7400.4300 and Minnesota Statutes, section 168.27, subdivision 10.


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E.

The commissioner of revenue notifies the registrar under Minnesota Statutes, section 270C.72, that the applicant owes the state delinquent taxes, penalties, or interest.


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F.

The registrar has sufficient cause to believe that the applicant, while holding a temporary dealer license, has committed a violation that is grounds for revocation under part 7400.1600 or 7400.1900, suspension under part 7400.1700 or 7400.1900, or cancellation under part 7400.1800.


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G.

The registrar is unable to verify the applicant's compliance with location or record keeping requirements because the applicant has not given the registrar access to the location or records after a request by the registrar under part 7400.4300, subpart 2.