Arizona Laws 44-1629. Fees; penalty
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A. A person applying for a new pawnbroker license shall pay an application fee of one thousand dollars to the sheriff of the county in which the pawnbroker is to be licensed.
Terms Used In Arizona Laws 44-1629
- Pawnbroker: means a person who is engaged in the business of advancing money on the security of pledged goods or is engaged in the business of purchasing tangible personal property on the condition that it may be redeemed or repurchased by the seller for a fixed or variable price within a fixed or variable period of time. See Arizona Laws 44-1621
- Person: means an individual, partnership, corporation, association, or any other entity of whatever kind or nature. See Arizona Laws 44-1691
B. Each licensed pawnbroker shall pay a renewal fee of five hundred dollars annually to the sheriff of the county in which the pawnbroker is licensed. The annual renewal fee is due not later than January 31.
C. A licensee who fails to renew his license within thirty days after the payment of the license fee is due is subject to a penalty of ten per cent of the license fee which is payable with the license fee.