Section 4517.09 | Application for salesperson's license.
Each person applying for a salesperson's license shall biennially make out and deliver to the registrar of motor vehicles, before the first day of July and upon a blank to be furnished by the registrar for that purpose, an application for license. The application shall be in the form prescribed by the registrar, shall be signed and sworn to by the applicant, and, in addition to any other information required by the registrar, shall include the following:
(A) Name and post-office address of the applicant;
(B) Name and post-office address of the motor vehicle dealer for whom the applicant intends to act as salesperson;
(C) A statement of the applicant's previous history, record, and association, that shall be sufficient to establish to the satisfaction of the registrar the applicant's reputation in business;
(D) A statement as to whether the applicant intends to engage in any occupation or business other than that of a motor vehicle salesperson;
(E) A statement as to whether the applicant has ever had any previous application refused, and whether the applicant has previously had a license revoked or suspended;
(F) A statement as to whether the applicant was an employee of or salesperson for a dealer whose license was suspended or revoked;
(G) A statement of the motor vehicle dealer named therein, designating the applicant as the dealer's salesperson.
The statement required by division (C) of this section shall indicate whether the applicant individually, or as an owner, partner, officer, or director of a business entity, has been convicted of, or pleaded guilty to, in a criminal action, a disqualifying offense as determined under section 9.79 of the Revised Code, or had a judgment rendered against the applicant in a civil action for a violation of sections 4549.41 to 4549.46 of the Revised Code, of any substantively comparable provisions of the law of any other state, or of subchapter IV of the "Motor Vehicle Information and Cost Savings Act," 86 Stat. 961 (1972), 15 U.S.C. 1981.
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