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50-6,126. Same; criminal history record inquiry. (a) There shall be a question on all application and renewal forms requiring the applicant to answer under oath whether or not the applicant has been convicted of a felony offense in this state, another state, or any other place, and the nature of that offense upon which a conviction was imposed.

(b) Conviction of an offense shall not disqualify a person from registration as a roofing contractor under this act, provided the applicant has truthfully disclosed the conviction and nature of the offense.

(c) When deemed appropriate, the attorney general may conduct a criminal history records search or background check on any applicant or registered roofing contractor and may investigate the information submitted on a roofing contractor application or renewal form, provided no adverse action may be taken against the person until the person has been notified and given an opportunity to respond in writing.

History: L. 2013, ch. 115, § 6; July 1.



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