Washington Revised Code Title 46. Motor Vehicles § 46.70.115. Cease and desist orders--Penalty, "curbstoning" defined
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(1) If it appears to the director that a person has engaged or is about to engage in an act or practice constituting a violation of this chapter, or a rule adopted or an order issued under this chapter, the director may issue an order directing the person to cease and desist from continuing the act or practice. Reasonable notice of and opportunity for a hearing shall be given. The director may issue a temporary order pending a hearing. The temporary order shall remain in effect until ten days after the hearing is held and shall become final if the person to whom the notice is addressed does not request a hearing within fifteen days after receipt of the notice.
(2) The director may levy and collect a civil penalty, in an amount not to exceed one thousand dollars for each violation, against a person found by the director to be curbstoning, as that term is defined in subsection (3) of this section. A person against whom a civil penalty has been imposed must receive reasonable notice and an opportunity for a hearing on the issue. The civil penalty is due ten days after issuance of a final order.
(3) For the purposes of subsection (2) of this section, “curbstoning” means a person or firm engaged in buying and offering for sale, or buying and selling, five or more vehicles that are each less than thirty years old in a twelve-month period without holding a vehicle dealer license. For the purpose of subsections (1) and (2) of this section, “curbstoning” does not include the sale of equipment or vehicles used in farming as defined in RCW 46.04.183 and sold by a farmer as defined in RCW 46.04.182.
(1) An application for a license or for a certificate of registration as a process server must be submitted to the department and accompanied by the application fee set by the board.
(2) An application must be made under oath and must include:
(a) the full name and address of the applicant;
(b) the name under which the applicant intends to do business;
(c) a statement as to the general nature of the business in which the applicant intends to engage;
(d) a statement as to whether the applicant desires to be licensed as a contract security company, a proprietary security organization, an electronic security company, a branch office, a certified firearms instructor, a private investigator, a security alarm installer, an alarm response runner, a resident manager, or a private security guard or registered as a process server;
(e) except for an applicant pursuant to 37-60-303(7)(a), one recent photograph of the applicant, of a type prescribed by the department, and one classifiable set of the applicant's fingerprints;
(f) a statement of the applicant's age and experience qualifications, except for an applicant pursuant to 37-60-303(7)(a); and
(g) other information, evidence, statements, or documents as may be prescribed by the rules of the board.
(3) The board shall verify the statements in the application.
(4) The submittal of fingerprints is a prerequisite to the issuance of a license or certificate of registration to an applicant, other than an applicant under 37-60-303(7)(a), by means of fingerprint checks by the Montana department of justice and the federal bureau of investigation.
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