Mich. Admin. Code R. 432.21902 - Additional eligibility factors
Rule 902. In addition to the requirements of the act, the commissioner shall consider the following factors when reviewing a manufacturer license application or renewal application:
(a) The honesty and integrity of the applicant.
(b) The veracity and accuracy of any information supplied to the bureau by the applicant.
(c) The applicant's indebtedness to local, state, or federal government.
(d) A pending lawsuit or bankruptcy proceeding involving the applicant or any owner, shareholder of the privately held corporation, partner, or officer of the applicant.
(e) The current or past history of compliance of the applicant or any owner, shareholder of the privately held corporation, partner, officer, person residing in the same household as the applicant, or agent of the applicant with the act, these rules, terms of probation, directives of the bureau, public policy of the state of Michigan, or any other local, state, or federal laws or regulations.
(f) Criminal convictions of the applicant or any owner, shareholder of the privately held corporation, partner, officer, person residing in the same household as the applicant, or agent of the applicant for any of the following offenses:
(i) A violation of the act.
(ii) A felony.
(iii) A gambling offense.
(iv) Criminal fraud.
(vii) Filing a false report with a governmental agency.
(g) The manufacturer may be required to submit a detailed description of their quality control procedures. These procedures shall include, but are not limited to, the following:
(i) The steps taken to minimize the occurrence of defective tickets.
(ii) The ability to trace the cause and extent of any problem in ticket production that might be discovered after the tickets have been sold.
(iii) The steps to ensure that numeral game tickets and materials are protected from theft, alteration, and destruction not only during the manufacturing process, but also while in storage or in transit to the supplier.
(h) Any other information considered advisable by the commissioner.
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