Chapter 5.24


5.24.010    Definitions.

5.24.020    License—Required.

5.24.030    License—Application and investigation.

5.24.040    License—Conditions—Expiration.

5.24.010 Definitions.

As used in this chapter:

“Conduct a flea market” means furnishing space on a periodic basis for a fee to tenants to sell, barter or trade new or used goods. The term does not include furnishing space to a tenant who holds a business license for the operation of his business at that location or furnishing space for special events by charitable organizations.

“Flea market” means an event or occurrence which is characterized by tenants occupying space on a periodic basis for the purpose of selling, bartering or trading new or used goods.

“Operator” means any person who conducts a flea market.

“Tenant” means any person who rents or otherwise occupies space within a flea market which is at a location for which the person does not hold a business license. (Ord. 12-16-85A § 1(10.1))

5.24.020 License—Required.

It is unlawful for any person to conduct a flea market without having first obtained a license therefor or to violate any of the conditions of the license or any of the provisions of this chapter. (Ord. 12-16-85A § 1(10.2))

5.24.030 License—Application and investigation.

Each application shall contain the location, date and hours of operation and the name and permanent address of the operator, together with other information required by the sheriff to allow him to determine the honesty and character of the applicant. The sheriff may refuse to issue a license to any person who has been convicted of crime involving moral turpitude which would be classified as a felony in the State of Nevada, unless the sheriff determines from the date and circumstances of such conviction that the applicant is honest and of good character. (Ord. 12-16-85A § 1(10.3))

5.24.040 License—Conditions—Expiration.

The license shall specify the dates for which it is effective and any special conditions which may be required to ensure the health and safety of the public. A license is not valid for more than three months after the date of issuance. (Ord. 12-16-85A § 1(10.4))