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32-6C-14 Grounds for denial of license or application of provisions of §§ 32-6C-14.1...
     32-6C-14.   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 :
             (1)      Commission of fraud or willful misrepresentation in the application for or in obtaining a license;
             (2)      Conviction of a felony involving the theft of snowmobiles or other motor vehicles in the last five years;
             (3)      A violation of any law of this state which relates to dealing in snowmobiles;
             (4)      Failure to comply with any administrative rule promulgated by the department;
             (5)      Perpetration of a fraud upon any person as a result of dealing in snowmobiles;
             (6)      Failure to apply for transfers of title as required in chapters 32-3 and 32-20A;
             (7)      Failure to allow department inspections, including initial and annual inspections, complaint investigations, and necessary follow-up inspections;
             (8)      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;
             (9)      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 the manufacturer;
             (10)      Failure to comply with the terms of any bona fide written, executed agreement pursuant to the sale of a snowmobile;
             (11)      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 price; or
             (12)      Inability to obtain or renew surety bond.

Source: SL 1990, ch 246, § 4; SL 1997, ch 182, § 8; SL 2005, ch 162, § 17.

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