(a) Any transient merchant desiring to transact business in any county in this state
shall make application for and obtain a license in each county in which such merchant
desires to transact business.
(b) The application for license shall be filed with the county clerk and shall include
the following information:
(1) The name and permanent address of the individual or transient merchant making
the application and, if the transient merchant is not an individual, the names and
addresses of the officers of the corporation or the members of the partnership, association
or other entity, as the case may be;
(2) if the applicant is a corporation, a statement of the date of incorporation, the
state of incorporation and, if the applicant is a corporation formed in another state,
the date on which such corporation qualified to transact business as a foreign corporation
in this state;
(3) a statement showing the kind of business proposed to be conducted, the length
of time for which the applicant desires to transact such business and the location
of such proposed place of business; and
(4) the name and permanent address of the transient merchant's registered agent or
(c) There shall be attached to any application filed pursuant to this section a copy
of the agreement of the registered agent designated by the applicant as provided by
K.S.A. 19-2237, and amendments thereto.
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