§ 14.362  PERSONS INELIGIBLE FOR A LICENSE.
   No license shall be granted if the applicant:
   (1)   Is not a citizen of the United States or a resident alien, or is legally prohibited from working in the United States;
   (2)   Is not legally allowed to work under federal or state child labor laws;
   (3)   Is not the real party in interest in the business or occupation to be licensed;
   (4)   Has been convicted of a crime that directly relates to the occupation herein licensed, as defined by M.S. § 364.03, subd. 2, as it may be amended from time to time, and has not shown competent evidence of sufficient rehabilitation and present fitness to perform the duties of the occupation to which this license applies, as defined by M.S. § 364.03, subd. 3, as it may be amended from time to time;
   (5)   Has been the subject of an investigation by a consumer protection agency or State Attorney General’s office and such investigation has indicated a pattern of disregard of consumer rights in the conduct of the business;
   (6)   Has had a registration, license and/or identification card for solicitation revoked by the city or any other governmental body within three years before the application date;
   (7)   Has been denied a registration or license for solicitation by the city or any other governmental body because of circumstances which occurred within three years before the application date;
   (8)   Has violated, or is currently affiliated with a firm that has violated any provision of this Division R within three years before the application date, or has violated any provision of this Division R during the application period pending issuance of the license;
   (9)   Has knowingly falsified or misrepresented information on the license application; or
   (10)   Owes taxes or assessments to the state, county, school district or city that are due and delinquent.
(1958 Code, § 142.48)  (Ord. 35, passed 3-9-1954; Ord. 74-110, passed 11-18-1974, renumbered to § 142.46; Ord. 93-22, passed 4-26-1993; recodified by Ord. 95-13, passed 8-7-1995; Ord. 2003-61, passed 12-15-2003; Ord. 2007-25, passed 8-6-2007; Ord. 2016-12, passed 6-6-2016)