The department may issue a certificate of convenience to the executor, executrix,
administrator or administratrix of the estate of a deceased holder of validly outstanding
special plates and license issued under this article, or if no executor, executrix,
administrator or administratrix has been appointed, and until a certified copy of
an order making such appointment is filed with the department, to the surviving spouse
or other heir otherwise entitled to conduct the business of the deceased, permitting
such person to exercise the privileges granted by such special plates and license
for a period of one year from and after the date of death and necessary one-year renewals
thereafter, pending, but not later than, disposal of the business and qualification
of the vendee of the business or such surviving spouse, heir or other persons for
such special plates and license under the provisions of this article. The department may restrict or condition the license and attach to the exercise
of the privileges thereunder such terms and conditions as in its judgment the protection
of the public requires.
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