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45:5A-26 - Application for license as alarm business, locksmithing

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45:5A-26  Application for license as alarm business, locksmithing.6.  a.  Application for a license to engage in the alarm business or to provide locksmithing services, as the case may be, shall be made to the board in the manner and on the forms as the board, in consultation with the committee may prescribe.(1)  An application to engage in the alarm business shall include the name, age, residence, present and previous occupations of the applicant and, in the case of a business firm engaged in the alarm business, of each member, officer or director thereof, the name of the municipality and the location therein by street number or other appropriate description of the principal place of business and the location of each branch office.(2)  An application to engage in locksmithing services shall include the name, residence and principal business address of the applicant, or in the case of an employee, the principal business address of his employer.b.Every applicant shall submit to the board, together with the application, his photograph, in passport size, a list of all criminal offenses of which he has been convicted, setting forth the date and place of each conviction and the name under which he was convicted, if other than that on the application, and fingerprints of his two hands taken on standard fingerprint cards by a State or municipal law enforcement agency.  Before approving an application, the board shall submit the fingerprints of the applicant to the Division of State Police in the Department of Law and Public Safety, for comparative analysis.  The board is authorized to exchange fingerprint data with and receive criminal history record information from the Division of State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for use in making the determinations required by this act.  The applicant shall bear the cost for the criminal history record check.  No license shall be issued to any applicant whose license has been revoked under the provisions of this act within five years of the date of filing of an application.c.If an applicant files with the board fingerprints of a person other than the applicant, he shall be guilty of a crime of the fourth degree and shall have his license application denied or license revoked.d.The board may require other information of the applicant and, if the applicant is proposing to qualify a business firm, of the business firm to determine the professional competence and integrity of the concerned parties.L.1997, c.305,s.6. 
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  • 45:5A-26  Application for license as alarm business, locksmithing.6.  a.  Application for a license to engage in the alarm business or to provide locksmithing services, as the case may be, shall be made to the board in the manner and on the forms as the board, in consultation with the committee may prescribe.

    (1)  An application to engage in the alarm business shall include the name, age, residence, present and previous occupations of the applicant and, in the case of a business firm engaged in the alarm business, of each member, officer or director thereof, the name of the municipality and the location therein by street number or other appropriate description of the principal place of business and the location of each branch office.

    (2)  An application to engage in locksmithing services shall include the name, residence and principal business address of the applicant, or in the case of an employee, the principal business address of his employer.

    b.Every applicant shall submit to the board, together with the application, his photograph, in passport size, a list of all criminal offenses of which he has been convicted, setting forth the date and place of each conviction and the name under which he was convicted, if other than that on the application, and fingerprints of his two hands taken on standard fingerprint cards by a State or municipal law enforcement agency.  Before approving an application, the board shall submit the fingerprints of the applicant to the Division of State Police in the Department of Law and Public Safety, for comparative analysis.  The board is authorized to exchange fingerprint data with and receive criminal history record information from the Division of State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for use in making the determinations required by this act.  The applicant shall bear the cost for the criminal history record check.  No license shall be issued to any applicant whose license has been revoked under the provisions of this act within five years of the date of filing of an application.

    c.If an applicant files with the board fingerprints of a person other than the applicant, he shall be guilty of a crime of the fourth degree and shall have his license application denied or license revoked.

    d.The board may require other information of the applicant and, if the applicant is proposing to qualify a business firm, of the business firm to determine the professional competence and integrity of the concerned parties.

    L.1997, c.305,s.6.
     

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