Sec. 14-70. Grounds for denial of application. (1121)(1-click HTML)
The commissioner may deny the application of any person for a license if he determines that: (a) Such applicant has made a material false statement or concealed a material fact in connection with his application; (b) such applicant, any officer, director, stockholder or partner, or any other person directly or indirectly interested in the business, was the former holder of a license under this part, or was an officer, director, stockholder or partner in a corporation or partnership which held a license under this part, which license was revoked or suspended by the commissioner; (c) such applicant or any officer, director, stockholder, partner, employee or any other person directly or indirectly interested in the business has failed to furnish satisfactory evidence of good moral character, reputation and fitness or is an employee of the Department of Motor Vehicles; (d) such applicant does not have a place of business; (e) such applicant is not the true owner of the drivers' school; or (f) the application is not accompanied by a certificate from the applicant's insurance carrier in such form as the commissioner shall prescribe showing that each motor vehicle used by such school has been insured for at least the minimum amounts required by subsection (a) of section 14-112 and such certificate shall stipulate that the insurance shall not be cancelled except upon ten days' written notice to the commissioner. (1122)
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