80-4-603. License issuance -- renewal -- expiration. (1) The department shall issue a license when the applicant has filed the application and complied with the terms and conditions of this part and the rules of the department.
(2) A commodity dealer's license may be renewed annually by submitting all required licensing documents.
(3) A commodity dealer's license that has expired may be reinstated by the department upon receipt of all licensing documents required and a penalty fee in the amount of $50 if the document is filed within 30 days from the date of expiration of the commodity dealer's license. At no time during the 30-day period or thereafter may the person act as a commodity dealer. All license applications received after the 30-day penalty period must be considered original applications.
(4) A commodity dealer's license is not transferable.
(5) Any partnership with a partner or any corporation that has an officer, director, or majority stockholder owning at least 10% of issued stock who has had a license revoked under this part or the United States Warehouse Act is subject to the provisions of 80-4-421.
History: En. Sec. 49, Ch. 539, L. 1983.