19A NCAC 03D .0230      SUSPENSION: REVOCATION AND RENEWAL REFUSED

(a)  Suspension:  Any person, firm or corporation whose license is suspended shall:

(1)           Surrender all licenses and license plates (dealer, manufacturer or temporary marker) to the Division and not engage in the business of buying, selling, trading or manufacturing motor vehicles while license is suspended.

(2)           Reinstatement:  At the termination of period of suspension, license, license plates and temporary markers will be returned to licensee upon payment of necessary fees, if any.  If no fees are due, license, license plates and temporary markers will be returned to licensee upon request; if fees are due, licensee shall be notified prior to date of termination of suspension.

(b)  Revocation:

(1)           Any person, firm or corporation whose license has been revoked shall surrender all licenses, license plates (dealer, manufacturer and temporary marker) to the Division and not engage in the business of buying, selling, trading, or manufacturing motor vehicles until new license and license plates have been obtained.

(2)           New license required:

(A)          Where a license has been revoked, a new license must be obtained before carrying on any activity covered by Article 12 of Chapter 20.

(B)          The procedure for obtaining a new license after revocation shall be the same as that for obtaining an original license except that application shall have noted on the face thereof by applicant the fact that prior license has been revoked and the date of such revocation.

(C)          Where dealer or manufacturer's license plates have been revoked, the procedure for obtaining new plates shall be the same as that for obtaining original license plates.

(c)  Renewal refused:  Any person, firm or corporation whose renewal application for license has been refused must surrender all license plates to the Division for cancellation.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 20‑1; 20‑302;

Eff. June 1, 1988.