Sec. 37-91. Authority to deny; appeal from denial.
The chief of police, except in cases where denial of registration is mandatory, after due hearing and upon not less than (5) days' notice in writing to the applicant, such notice to be sent by registered mail to the address given by the applicant in his application or by personal service upon the applicant, either of which shall constitute sufficient form of notice, may deny registration to any applicant, for good cause shown, including the conviction of the applicant for the violation of any of the provisions of this division or of any state law or municipal ordinance. Except in cases where denial of registration is mandatory, the applicant shall have the right, within twenty (20) days from the day registration is denied, to appeal to the judge of the municipal court from the decision of the chief of police denying registration. The decision of the judge of the municipal court after hearing relevant evidence shall be final. (Code 1959, § 31-58)
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