32-6C-14 Grounds for denial of license or application of provisions of §§ 32-6C-14.1...
Grounds for denial of license or application of provisions of §§ 32-6C-14.1 to 32-6C-41.6, inclusive.
The department may deny any application or apply the provisions of §§ 32-6C-14.1 to 32-6C-14.6, inclusive, on any license issued under the provisions of this chapter, for any of
the following :
Commission of fraud or willful misrepresentation in the application for or in obtaining
Conviction of a felony involving the theft of snowmobiles or other motor vehicles in the
last five years;
A violation of any law of this state which relates to dealing in snowmobiles;
Failure to comply with any administrative rule promulgated by the department;
Perpetration of a fraud upon any person as a result of dealing in snowmobiles;
Failure to apply for transfers of title as required in chapters 32-3 and 32-20A;
Failure to allow department inspections, including initial and annual inspections,
complaint investigations, and necessary follow-up inspections;
Misrepresentation through false, deceptive, or misleading statements with regard to the
sale or financing of snowmobiles which a dealer has, or causes to have, advertised,
printed, displayed, published, distributed, broadcast, televised, or made in any manner
with regard to the sale or financing of snowmobiles;
Refusal to comply with a licensee's responsibility under the terms of a snowmobile
warranty issued by its respective manufacturer, unless such refusal is at the direction of
Failure to comply with the terms of any bona fide written, executed agreement pursuant
to the sale of a snowmobile;
Failure to disclose damage to a new snowmobile of which the dealer had knowledge if the
dealer's actual cost to repair, exceeds five percent of the manufacturer's suggested retail
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Inability to obtain or renew surety bond.
SL 1990, ch 246, § 4; SL 1997, ch 182, § 8; SL 2005, ch 162, § 17.
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