SB 1042 Applies administrative hearing commission procedures to motor vehicle dealer license denials
LR Number:3584S.01I Fiscal Note:3584-01
Committee:Commerce and Environment
Last Action:03/16/04 - Hearing Conducted S Commerce & the Environment Journal page:
Effective Date:August 28, 2004
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SB 1042 - This act applies the procedures of the Administrative Hearing Commission to Department of Revenue denials of motor vehicle dealer or manufacturer licenses. Under the current law, the Department of Revenue determines whether to deny the applicant or licensee a license. Under this act, if the Department decides to deny a license, it shall file a complaint with the Administrative Hearing Commission. The complaint shall be filed within one year of the date in which the Department of Revenue receives notice of an alleged violation of a statute or regulation. The Administrative Hearing Commission will make the determination whether there are statutory ground for denying the license. If the Administrative Hearing Commission finds grounds for denial, then the Department of Revenue may refuse to issue the license. Decisions of the Administrative Hearing Commission and Department are appealable pursuant to Chapter 536, RSMo.