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(1m) For failure to pay support or to comply with subpoena or warrant. The commissioner shall refuse to issue to a natural person a license, including a temporary license, under this subchapter or subch. V if the natural person is delinquent in court-ordered payments of child or family support, maintenance, birth expenses, medical expenses, or other expenses related to the support of a child or former spouse, or if the natural person fails to comply, after appropriate notice, with a subpoena or warrant issued by the department of children and families or a county child support agency under s. 59.53(5) and related to paternity or child support proceedings, as provided in a memorandum of understanding entered into under s. 49.857.
(2m) For liability for delinquent taxes or unemployment insurance contributions. The commissioner shall refuse to issue a license, including a temporary license, under this subchapter or subch. V, or to register a navigator entity under subch. V, if the department of revenue certifies under s. 73.0301 that the applicant for the license or registration is liable for delinquent taxes or if the department of workforce development certifies under s. 108.227 that the applicant for the license or registration is liable for delinquent unemployment insurance contributions.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wisconsin Statutes Insurance (Ch. 600 to 655) § 628.097. Refusal to issue license; failure to pay support or to comply with subpoena or warrant; tax or unemployment insurance contribution delinquency - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wi/insurance-ch-600-to-655/wi-st-628-097/
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