Nebraska Revised Statute 66-729

Chapter 66

66-729.

Permit or license; issuance; when; department; powers and duties.

After reviewing an application received in proper form, the department may issue to the applicant a permit or license. The department may refuse to issue a permit or license to any person:

(1) Who previously had a permit or license issued under the motor fuel laws of any state which, prior to the time of filing the application, has been suspended or canceled for cause;

(2) Who is a subterfuge for the real party in interest whose license, prior to the time of filing the application, has been suspended or canceled for cause;

(3) Which has as a partner, limited liability company member, or shareholder, with a ten percent or larger ownership interest, any person who is unable to obtain a license or permit in his or her own name;

(4) Who is not in compliance with requirements of the State Fire Marshal regarding underground storage tanks;

(5) Who is not in compliance with the Department of Agriculture regarding weights and measures;

(6) Who has been convicted of a felony in the last ten years; or

(7) Upon other sufficient cause being shown.

Before such refusal, the department shall grant the applicant a hearing and shall grant him or her at least ten days' written notice of the time and place.

Source

  • Laws 1991, LB 627, § 124;
  • Laws 1993, LB 121, § 399;
  • Laws 1994, LB 884, § 83;
  • Laws 1996, LB 1121, § 9.