The commission may deny an application for an original or renewal permit or license as provided by Section 11.43 if the commission finds that, at any time during the 12 months preceding the permit or license application,
a common nuisance existed on the premises for which the permit or license is sought,
regardless of whether the acts constituting the common nuisance were engaged in by
the applicant or whether the applicant controlled the premises at the time the common
nuisance existed. The commission may issue an original or renewal permit or license if it is found that the applicant did not control the premises at the time the common
nuisance existed and the applicant has taken reasonable measures to abate the common
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