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  1. Permit transfer and renewal
    1. AGFC License Dealer Permits are not transferrable.
    2. AGFC License Dealer Permits shall expire on June 30 each year. AGFC License Dealer Permits may be renewed on an annual basis, provided the license dealer is in good standing with the Commission and continues to retain the qualifications to be an authorized license dealer.
  2. Permit suspension and revocation
    1. The chief fiscal officer of the Commission shall suspend for a period of 1 calendar year the permit of any license dealer for any of the following reasons:
      1. Failure to comply with the rules, regulations, policies, and procedures that govern the sale of Commission-issued licenses, permits, tags, stamps, and other privileges, specifically including violating Codes 03.0903.13;
      2. Failure to maintain sufficient funds on deposit with the license dealer’s bank for the number and type of Commission-issued licenses, permits, tags, stamps, and other items sold or to properly handle or remit AGFC license fees as required by the AGFC License Dealer Agreement;
      3. Failure to maintain current contact and banking information with the Commission;
      4. Failure to cooperate with Commission personnel in the performance of their duties;
    2. The chief fiscal officer of the Commission shall suspend for a period of 5 calendar years the permit of any license dealer who is convicted of violating any federal, state, or municipal law or regulation governing wildlife.
    3. The chief fiscal officer of the Commission shall revoke permanently the permit of any license dealer for any of the following reasons:
      1. Failure to maintain the confidentiality of confidential data, including Social Security numbers, dates of birth, and driver’s license numbers, contained in the AGFC license system or provided for the purpose of purchasing a Commission-issued license, permit, tag, stamp, or other item offered for sale through the AGFC License System;
      2. Failure to safeguard the license dealer’s login(s) and password(s) for accessing the AGFC license systems;
      3. Causing harm to the AGFC license system;
      4. Selling or attempting to sell Commission-issued licenses, permits, tags, or stamps during a period of suspension;
      5. Committing any crime or violation involving theft, fraud, computer crime or cybercrime.
    4. The procedure for suspending or revoking an AGFC License Dealer Permit shall be set forth in Codes01.00-L and01.00-P.
    5. Permit suspension, revocation, or refusal shall be in addition to any criminal charges that may be filed.
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