K.S.A. 16-706 et seq. regulating pawnbrokers and precious metal dealers is hereby incorporated by reference as though the same were fully set out herein.
(K.S.A. 12-3010; Code 1985, 5-501)
All contracts required by the provisions of K.S.A. 16-714 shall be signed by the borrower and shalt set forth all information shown on the borrower’s driver’s license pertaining to his or her age, weight, height, color of eyes and hair and address, together with license number and state of issue. The contract shall also be signed by the pawnbroker, or his or her agent, and such signature shall certify that the pawnbroker, or his or her agent, has examined the borrowers driver’s license, has recorded on the contract the information required by this article and has compared information and the signature on the borrowers driver’s license with physical appearance of the borrower and the signature of the borrower on the contract, and that the same appear to be identical.
In the event the borrower does not present the pawnbroker, or his or her agent, with a current valid driver's license, then the pawnbroker, or his or her agent, shall take a self-developing profile picture of the borrower, have the borrower sign his or her name to the back of the picture, together with his or her address and attach the picture to the original of the contract.
(Code 1985, 5-502)
The originals of all contracts required by this article with attached profile pictures shall be kept as a business record by the pawnbroker for a period of six months after their execution, notwithstanding the fact that the borrower may redeem his or her property or the same may be traded or sold prior to the expiration of six months.
(Code 1985, 5-503)
Violation of any of the provisions of this article or the provisions of K.S.A. 16-706 et seq. shall be grounds for suspension or revocation of the pawnbroker’s license after a public hearing before the governing body as provided in K.S.A. 16-713.
(Code 1985, 5-504)