41-1011. Issuance — Refusal of license. If after completion of application for a license, the taking and passing of any examination required under this chapter and, if required by the director, receipt of a report from the federal bureau of investigation based on the fingerprints of the applicant, the director finds that the applicant has fully met the requirements for a license, the director shall issue the license to the applicant; otherwise, the director shall refuse to issue the license and shall promptly notify the applicant and any appointing insurer or insurers of such refusal and state the grounds for the refusal. Pending the receipt of the report from the federal bureau of investigation, the director may, in his discretion, issue a temporary license if all other qualifications have been met.
[41-1011, added 2001, ch. 296, sec. 3, p. 1053.]