§ 5-5.1-10. Grounds for denial of application for license or renewal of license.
The attorney general shall deny the application for or renewal of a license if he or she finds that the applicant, or the qualifying agent, or any of the applicant's partners, officers, generals, or shareholders owning a ten percent (10%) or greater interest in the applicant, provided the applicant is not a publicly traded corporation, does any of the following:
(1) Violates any provisions of this chapter or rules and regulations promulgated under this chapter;
(2) In the case of the qualifying agent, commits any act which would disqualify the qualifying agent under § 5-5.1-8 and in the case of the applicant, or applicant's partners, officers, generals, or shareholders owning a ten percent (10%) or greater interest in the applicant, provided the licensee is not a publicly traded corporation, has failed to meet the qualifications of § 5-5.1-8;
(3) Practices fraud, deceit or misrepresentation;
(4) Makes a material misstatement in the application for or renewal of a license; and
(5) Demonstrates incompetence or untrustworthiness in actions affecting the conduct of the business required to be licensed under the chapter.
(P.L. 1987, ch. 112, § 1.)