Okla. Admin. Code § 765:15-5-1 - Grounds
(a) The Commission may deny an application for, certificate of registration, or suspend or revoke a certificate of registration after it has been granted for violation of any statute or regulation relating to the purchase, sale, display for sale, or transfer of a used motor vehicle; or if it is determined that the certificate of registration is being or has been issued for the benefit of a person who would not or could not qualify for the certificate in his or her own right and;
(b) On satisfactory proof of unfitness of the applicant or the holder of the certificate of registration under the standards established under Title 47 Oklahoma Statutes § 581 et. seq. or the Rules of the Commission,
(c) For fraudulent or material misstatements made by the applicant in any application for license or certificate of registration,
(d) For any willful failure to comply with, or continued or flagrant violation of, any provision of Title 47 Oklahoma Statutes § 581 et. seq. or with any rule promulgated by the Commission,
(e) A change of condition after a certificate is issued resulting in failure to maintain the qualifications for license,
(f) Conviction of a crime involving moral turpitude or any felony which in the opinion of the Commission may have a direct bearing on the ability of the applicant or holder to act as a used motor vehicle salesperson without endangering those with whom the applicant or holder may deal in the conducting of the duties of a used motor vehicle salesperson.
(g) Committing any act within the preceding ten (10) years, which resulted in the revocation of a similar license in another state,
(h) Engaging in business under a past or present license or certificate of registration in such a manner as to cause injury to the public or those with whom the holder is dealing,
(i) For violation of any statute or regulation relating to the purchase, sale, display for sale, or transfer of a used motor vehicle; or if it is determined that the certificate is being or has been issued for the benefit of a person who would not or could not qualify for the certificate in his or her own right.
(j) The Commission may in addition to any other sanction or penalty assessed, impose a fine as authorized by law
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