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32-1383 - Application; qualifications for licensure
32-1383. Application; qualifications for licensure
A. An applicant for a funeral establishment license shall submit a completed application on a form prescribed by the board. The application shall be subscribed under oath and shall be accompanied by the applicable fee pursuant to section 32-1309 and any additional information that the board deems necessary. A business entity that applies for a license pursuant to this article shall submit to the board with its application for licensure a copy of its partnership agreement, its articles of incorporation or any other organizational documents.
B. A person who applies for a license pursuant to this article, or if the applicant is a business entity, the proprietors, partners, officers and directors of the entity shall:
1. Be of good moral character.
2. Submit a completed fingerprint card, criminal history background information and a fingerprint background check fee to the board.
C. The board or the board's designee shall inspect the premises of a funeral establishment and investigate the character and other qualifications of all applicants for licensure.
D. If the board finds that the applicant meets the criteria for licensure under this article and rules adopted by the board, the board shall issue an establishment license.