What other things may potentially prevent an applicant from getting approved for a license?
The following may be taken into consideration:
- The integrity, moral character, and reputation; personal and business probity; financial ability and experience; and responsibility or means to operate or maintain a marijuana facility of the applicant and of any other person that either:
- Controls, directly or indirectly, the applicant.
- Is controlled, directly or indirectly, by the applicant or by a person who controls, directly or indirectly, the applicant.
- The financial ability of the applicant to purchase and maintain adequate liability and casualty insurance.
- The sources and total amount of the applicant’s capitalization to operate and maintain the proposed marihuana facility.
- Whether the applicant has filed, or had filed against it, a proceeding for bankruptcy within the past 7 years.
- Whether the applicant has been served with a complaint or other notice filed with any public body regarding payment of any tax required under federal, state, or local law that has been delinquent for 1 or more years.
- Whether the applicant has a history of noncompliance with any regulatory requirements in this state or any other jurisdiction.
- Whether at the time of application the applicant is a defendant in litigation involving its business practices.
- Whether the applicant meets other standards in rules applicable to the license category.
- Whether the applicant has been indicted for, charged with, arrested for, or convicted of, pled guilty or nolo contendere to, forfeited bail concerning, or had expunged any relevant criminal offense under the laws of any jurisdiction, either felony or misdemeanor, not including traffic violations, regardless of whether the offense has been expunged, pardoned, or reversed on appeal or otherwise