A manufacturer or wholesaler license may be denied or revoked pursuant to Chapter 119. of the Revised Code when any of the following occur:
The applicant has failed to submit proof of comprehensive general liability insurance or licensee has failed to maintain the same.
The applicant has failed to provide the required information on the application form provided by the state fire marshal including, but not limited to failure to include, the identification of a statutory agent if applicable or other designated agent for service of process at the time of application and prompt notification of any changes in the statutory agent.
The applicant has failed to include the required fee for the license with the application.
The applicant withdraws his or her application prior to an investigation or inspection by the state fire marshal to determine if the license shall be issued.
The applicant or licensee has made a misrepresentation or filed false statements.
There is substantial evidence that the fireworks premises are not in full compliance with Chapters 3781. and 3791. of the Revised Code, or any applicable building or zoning regulations.
The state fire marshal shall revoke or deny renewal of a license or permit first issued under Chapter 3743. of the Revised Code on or after July 1, 1997, if the holder of the license or permit, or any individual holding, owning, or controlling a five per cent or greater beneficial or equity interest in the holder of the license or permit, is convicted of or pleads guilty to a felony under the laws of this state, another state, or the United States.
The licensed premises fails to comply with the requirements as set forth in paragraph (W)(3323) of this rule.
The applicant, licensee or premises fails to comply with the requirements or any provision of the Ohio Revised Code, Ohio Administrative Code or NFPA standards as listed in rule 1301:7-7-47 of the Administrative Code, or any order of the state fire marshal.