505.100 - Fur dealer's license: Application; duration

505.100. Fur dealer's license: Application; duration

1. An application for a fur dealer's license may be submitted to any office of the Department of Wildlife. The applicant must include on the application for a fur dealer's license:

(a) The name of the applicant;

(b) The physical and mailing addresses of the applicant's residence and place of employment;

(c) The telephone numbers of the applicant's place of employment and residence;

(d) The applicant's driver's license number, if he has been issued a driver's license;

(e) The applicant's date of birth;

(f) The name of each state in which the applicant holds or has held similar licenses or permits;

(g) If the applicant has been convicted of violating the laws or regulations relating to the commercialization of wildlife of any state or the United States Fish and Wildlife Service within the 5 years immediately preceding the date of the application:

(1) A description of each violation;

(2) A description of the penalty imposed for each such violation; and

(3) The name of the state in which the conviction occurred;

(h) Whether, at the time of the application, the privileges granted to the applicant by another state relating to fur dealing are suspended or revoked;

(i) The name and date of birth of each additional buyer who will be authorized by the applicant to buy and deal fur pursuant to the applicant's fur dealer's license and:

(1) The name of each state in which the buyer holds or has held similar licenses or permits;

(2) If the buyer has been convicted of violating the laws or regulations relating to the commercialization of wildlife of any state or the United States Fish and Wildlife Service within the 5 years immediately preceding the date of the application:

(I) A description of each violation;

(II) A description of the penalty imposed for each such violation; and

(III) The name of the state in which the conviction occurred; and

(3) Whether, at the time of the application, the privileges granted to the buyer by another state relating to fur dealing are suspended or revoked; and

(j) The applicant's signature and the date on which the application was signed.

2. The license expires on June 30 of each year.

[Bd. of Wildlife Comm'rs, No. 28 ยง 2, eff. 9-25-79]-(NAC A 8-21-97)

NRS 505.010

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