Denial or revocation of license: Evidence of unfitness of applicant or licensee.
1.Failure to discharge a lienholder on a vehicle within 30 days after it is traded to the dealership.
2.Being the former holder of or being a partner, officer, director, owner or manager involved in management decisions of a dealership which held a license issued pursuant to NRS 482.325 which was revoked for cause and never reissued or was suspended upon terms which were never fulfilled.
3.Defrauding or attempting to defraud the State or a political subdivision of any taxes or fees in connection with the sale or transfer of a vehicle.
4.Forging the signature of the registered or legal owner of a vehicle on a certificate of title.
5.Purchasing, selling, otherwise disposing of or possessing any vehicle which the applicant or licensee knows, or a reasonable person should know, is stolen or otherwise illegally appropriated.
6.Willfully failing to deliver to a purchaser or the purchaser’s lienholder a certificate of title to a vehicle the applicant or licensee has sold.
7.Refusing to allow an agent of the Department to inspect, during normal business hours, all books, records and files of the dealership which are maintained within the State.
8.Any fraud which includes, but is not limited to:
(a)Misrepresentation in any manner, whether intentional or grossly negligent, of a material fact.
(b)An intentional failure to disclose a material fact.
9.Willful failure to comply with any regulation adopted by the Department.
10.Knowingly submitting or causing to be submitted any false, forged or otherwise fraudulent document to the Department to obtain a lien, title, salvage title or certificate of ownership or any duplicate thereof for a vehicle.
11.Knowingly causing or allowing a false, forged or otherwise fraudulent document to be maintained as a record of his or her business.
12.Violating the provisions of NRS 482.555 which involved the sale or transfer of interest in a vehicle.
Section 482.3255 — Denial or revocation of license: Evidence of unfitness of applicant or licensee.,