- • refusal to issue
- • duplicate certificate
(1) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, the Department of Transportation shall issue a dismantler certificate to any person if the person meets all of the following requirements:
(a) The person establishes that the area in which the business is located and the place of business to be approved under the dismantler certificate for use in the motor vehicle dismantling business are zoned for industrial use or subject to another zoning classification that permits the type of business conducted by the dismantler.
(b) The person pays the fee required under ORS 822.700 (Certification fees) for issuance of a dismantler certificate.
(c) The person completes the application for a dismantler certificate described under ORS 822.115 (Application contents).
(d) The person delivers to the department any approvals by local governments required under ORS 822.140 (Local government approval requirements).
(e) The person delivers to the department a bond or letter of credit that meets the requirements of ORS 822.120 (Bond or letter of credit requirements).
(2) The department may refuse to issue a dismantler certificate to a person if:
(a) The person has previously had a dismantler certificate or identification card revoked, canceled or suspended under ORS 822.145 (Imposition of sanctions); or
(b) The department determines that the application contains false or misleading information.
(3) The department may issue a duplicate dismantler certificate to a person who has lost or destroyed an original dismantler certificate if the person:
(a) Has complied with the requirements of this section for issuance of a certificate; and
(b) Is within the renewal period of the original dismantler certificate. [1983 c.338 §802; 1985 c.16 §401; 1991 c.331 §139; 1993 c.741 §88; 2005 c.654 §8]
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