Kansas Statutes Annotated
Updated Through the 2013 Legislative Session
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INTOXICATING LIQUORS AND BEVERAGES
LICENSING AND RELATED PROVISIONS; CITY OPTION
Alcoholic Beverage Control
Licensure of nonresidents.
41-311b. Licensure of nonresidents. (a) If an applicant for licensure is not a resident of the state of Kansas on the date of submission of such application or has not been a resident for at least one year immediately preceding the date of submission of such application, the director shall require the individual applicant, or if the applicant is a corporation, partnership or trust, each individual officer, director, stockholder, copartner or trustee to:
(1) Submit to a national criminal history record check and provide the director with a legible set of fingerprints;
(2) disclose to the director any substantial financial interest the applicant owns in any entity that receives proceeds from the sale of alcoholic beverages; and
(3) submit a release allowing the director to have access to and review of the applicant's financial records to verify ownership and to ensure applicant is not an agent of another person. This release shall remain in effect after the license has been issued until the license is canceled or revoked.
(b) The director shall submit the fingerprints provided under subsection (a) to the Kansas bureau of investigation and to the federal bureau of investigation and receive a reply to enable the director to verify the identity of such applicant or such individuals specified in subsection (a) and whether such applicant or such individuals have been convicted of any crimes that would disqualify the applicant or such individuals from holding a license under the liquor control act. The director is authorized to use the information obtained from the national criminal history record check to determine such applicant's or individuals' eligibility to hold a license under the liquor control act.
(c) All costs incurred pursuant to this section to ensure that the applicant is qualified for licensure shall be paid by the applicant.
History: L. 2001, ch. 55, § 2; Apr. 5.
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