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License; application
General Business (GBS) CHAPTER 20, ARTICLE 35-C
§ 750-e. License; application. 1. Any person desiring a license to
engage in the business of operating a pet cemetery or pet crematorium
under this article may make application to the secretary of state
therefor. The application shall be subscribed by the applicant and
affirmed by him or her as true under the penalties of perjury. Such
application shall be in a form as the secretary of state shall prescribe
setting forth:

(a) The name and address of the applicant: if an individual, the name
under which he or she intends to conduct business; if a partnership, the
name and business address of each member thereof, and the name under
which business is to be conducted; if a corporation; the name of the
corporation and the name and business address of each stockholder of the
corporation holding stock interest of more than ten per centum.

(b) The place or places, including the complete address or addresses
where the business is to be conducted.

(c) A summary of all relevant experience of all persons listed in
paragraph (a) of this subdivision in the operation of a cemetery, pet
cemetery, crematorium, pet crematorium and/or the management of funds.

(d) Satisfactory evidence of good moral character.

(e) Such further information as the secretary of state may prescribe
by rule or regulation.

2. The secretary of state shall not issue a license to any person who:

(a) has had their license to operate a pet cemetery or pet crematorium
suspended or revoked by the secretary of state; or

(b) has been convicted within the last five years of a felony under
the laws of this state involving fraud, bribery, perjury, or theft or
has been convicted under the laws of any other state or of the United
States of a criminal offense which, if committed and prosecuted in this
state, would constitute a similar felony under such laws of this state.

3. Any person who has had an application for a license rejected by the
secretary of state may appeal such determination pursuant to section
seven hundred fifty-i of this article.