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Town of Weymouth, MA
Norfolk County
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(a) 
Submission of plot plan required. All applicants for a Class II used car dealer's license under MGL c. 140, § 59, shall submit to the Board of Licensing Commissioners a plot plan of the premises to be licensed, in triplicate, said plan to show dimensions of the premises to be licensed, location of existing structure or structures, names of abutting owners of land according to latest records of the Assessor's Office of the Town of Weymouth and location of the area where motor vehicles are to be displayed, kept or stored.
(b) 
Adequate repair facilities required. All applicants for licenses must have adequate facilities to repair, maintain and service motor vehicles.
(c) 
Paving of display areas. All areas on the licensed premises that are to be used for display of motor vehicles offered for sale shall be paved or have a macadam surface.
(d) 
Regulation of number of motor vehicles. The Board of Licensing Commissioners shall regulate the maximum number of motor vehicles that may be kept, stored, placed or maintained on the licensed premises.
(e) 
Suspension or revocation of license. Violation of any of the foregoing provisions shall be cause for suspension or revocation of the license granted by the Board of Licensing Commissioners.
(a) 
Submission of plot plan required. All applicants for a Class III license under MGL c. 140, § 59, shall submit to the Board of Licensing Commissioners a plot plan of the premises to be licensed, in triplicate, said plan to show dimensions of the premises, location of existing structure or structures and names of all abutting owners of land according to latest records of the Assessor's Office.
(b) 
Adequate repair facilities required. No motor vehicle shall be kept, stored, placed or maintained on the licensed premises within 150 feet from the street or property line.
(c) 
Fencing. The Board of Licensing Commissioners may require the holder of a Class III License to erect a fence, not less than four feet high, around the whole or any portion of the licensed premises if such is deemed necessary and in the best interests of the public good.
(d) 
Regulation of number of motor vehicles. The Board of Licensing Commissioners shall regulate the maximum number of motor vehicles that may be kept, stored, placed or maintained on the licensed premises.
(e) 
Suspension or revocation of license. Violation of any of the foregoing subsections shall be cause for suspension or revocation by the Board of Licensing Commissioners of the license granted.