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PDFWAC 314-33-005

Reasons the board may deny a cigarette or tobacco products license application.

The following is a list of reasons the board may deny a cigarette or tobacco products license application:
(1) Failure to meet qualifications or requirements for the specific cigarette or tobacco products license, as outlined in this chapter and chapters 82.24 and 82.26 RCW.
(2) Failure to submit information or documentation requested by the board.
(3) Misrepresentation of fact by any applicant.
(4) Willfully withholding information.
(5) Submitting false or misleading information.
(6) The applicant has failed to submit payments of the taxes imposed under chapter 82.24 or 82.26 RCW along with reports and returns to the department of revenue as required.
(7) If the applicant is a corporation and the corporation is not currently registered with the secretary of state.
(8) The applicant is currently the subject of an outstanding felony arrest warrant.
(9) The existence of disqualifying criminal history standards outlined in WAC 314-33-020.
(10) The existence of disqualifying liquor and cigarette and tobacco products law or rule violation history standards outlined in WAC 314-33-025.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 82.24.510, 82.24.550, 82.26.150, and 82.26.220. WSR 10-01-089, ยง 314-33-005, filed 12/16/09, effective 1/16/10.]
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