N.Y. Executive Law Section 534-T
Denial of applications


In addition to the grounds elsewhere set forth in this article, the commission may deny an application for a license or registration for any of the following:

1.

Conviction by a court of the United States or any state or territory thereof of coercion;

2.

Conviction by any such court, after having been previously convicted by any such court of any crime or of the offenses set forth in this article, of a misdemeanor or any of the following offenses: assault, malicious injury to property, malicious mischief, unlawful taking of a motor vehicle, corruption of employees or possession of lottery or number slips;

3.

Fraud, deceit or misrepresentation in connection with any application or petition submitted to, or any interview, hearing or proceeding conducted by the commission;

4.

Violation of any provision of this act or commission of any offense under this article;

5.

Refusal on the part of any applicant, or prospective licensee, or of any member, officer or stockholder required by subdivision two of § 534-G (Stevedores)section five hundred thirty-four-g of this article to sign or be identified in an application for a stevedore license, to answer any material question or produce any material evidence in connection with the person’s application or any application made on the person’s behalf for a license or registration pursuant to this article;

6.

Association with a person who has been identified by a federal, state, or local law enforcement agency as a member or associate of an organized crime group, a terrorist group, or a career offender cartel, or who is a career offender, under circumstances where such association creates a reasonable belief that the participation of the applicant in any activity required to be licensed under this article would be inimical to the policies of this article, provided, however, that association without the requisite showing of inimicality as set forth herein shall be insufficient grounds for denial; or

7.

Conviction of a racketeering activity or knowing association with a person who has been convicted of a racketeering activity by a court of the United States or any state or territory thereof under circumstances where such association creates a reasonable belief that the participation of the applicant in any activity required to be licensed under this article would be inimical to the policies of this article, provided, however, that association without the requisite showing of inimicality as set forth herein shall be insufficient grounds for denial. * NB Effective June 30, 2024

Source: Section 534-T — Denial of applications, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/EXC/534-T (updated May 3, 2024; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

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Jun. 15, 2024

Last modified:
May 3, 2024

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