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Dealer may refer to: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary is a Wikimedia Foundation project intended to be a free wiki dictionary (hence: Wiktionary) (including thesaurus and lexicon) in every language. ...

  • Antiques dealer, someone who sells Antiques
  • Croupier or poker dealer, the player who deals cards, or the employee of a gaming establishment who deals the cards
  • Franchisee, a person who sells on behalf of a company or organization, particularly in the automobile industry
  • Car dealership
  • Drug dealer, someone who sells illegal drugs
  • Dealer (band), an Austrian hard rock band
  • An alternative usage of the term trader, being generally someone who trades

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Dealer License (1812 words)
A dealer inspector must inspect all principal places of business and certify they are in accordance with the law before a dealer license is issued.
Dealers must have a valid dealer's license for the year of dealer license plates they are wishing to obtain before such dealer license plates can be issued.
Dealer license plates may be transferred from one vehicle/boat to another when owned by the dealer.
Dealer Licensing (3465 words)
Dealer must have a lot, a building not attached to or part of a residence, a display area for at least ten vehicles, a permanent sign with name and hours displayed, garage lia­bility insurance in prescribed limits, and retail merchant certificate number.
Dealer must have a location approved by an authorized representative of the MVA and must complete an applica­tion to be approved by the Business License and Consumer Services Division of the MVA, and must submit a bond in the name of the dealership.
An on-site in­spection of dealer facilities is conducted prior to the issuance of a dealer license.
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