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The director or authorized third party may deny a license if the application:
1. Is filed by a person whose license at any time before application has been revoked for cause by the director.
2. Contains a misrepresentation, misstatement or omission of material information required by the application.
3. Is filed by some person as a subterfuge for the real person in interest whose license or registration at any time before application has been revoked for cause by the director.
4. Is filed by a person who is delinquent in the payment of any fee, tax, penalty or other amount due the department or for its account as determined by the director after granting the applicant a hearing of which the applicant is given ten days' notice in writing and in which the applicant has the right to appear in person or by counsel and present testimony.
5. Is filed by a person who has been licensed previously by any member jurisdiction of the international fuel tax agreement and that license is under revocation.