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An application for a mortgage license must
(1) be in writing;
(2) be signed by the applicant and notarized;
(3) be on the form prescribed by the department;
(4) contain the name of the applicant, including the name of the business, and of the natural person who is designated to obtain the originator license under AS 06.60.025 ;
(5) if the applicant is a partnership or an association not covered by (6) or (7) of this section, contain the name and both the residence and business addresses of each partner of the partnership or member of the association;
(6) if the applicant is a corporation, contain the name and both the residence and business addresses of each officer and director of the corporation, and a shareholder holding
(A) 10 percent or more of the total outstanding voting shares, if the corporation has fewer than 75 shareholders; or
(B) more than 50 percent of the outstanding voting shares in the corporation, if the corporation has 75 or more shareholders;
(7) if the applicant is a limited liability company, contain the name and both the residence and business addresses of each member of the company, and any manager of the company who individually owns more than 50 percent of the limited liability company;
(8) contain the mailing address of the applicant, the street address and city, if any, for each business location that will be covered by the license, and an identification of the applicant's principal office;
(9) if requested by the department, include a complete set of fingerprints of the applicant and of the directors, officers, members, owners, and other principals of the applicant as specified by the department to obtain a report of criminal justice information and a national criminal history record check;
(10) contain other information that the department may require concerning the organization and operations of the applicant and the financial responsibility, background, experience, and activities of the applicant and its directors, officers, members, owners, and other principals.
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