Snurd wrote:If there is a legitimate reason, they will do a rush job on the permit.
53-5-705. Temporary permit to carry concealed firearm -- Denial, suspension, or
revocation -- Appeal.
(1) The bureau or its designated agent may issue a temporary permit to carry a concealed
firearm to a person who:
(a) has applied for a permit under Section 53-5-704;
(b) has applied for a temporary permit under this section; and
(c) meets the criteria required in Subsections (2) and (3).
(2) To receive a temporary permit under this section, the applicant shall demonstrate in
writing to the satisfaction of the bureau extenuating circumstances that would justify issuing a
(3) A temporary permit may not be issued under this section until preliminary record checks
regarding the applicant have been made with the National Crime Information Center and the
bureau to determine any criminal history.
(4) (a) A temporary permit is valid only for a maximum of 90 days or any lesser period
specified by the bureau, or until a permit under Section 53-5-704 is issued to the holder of the
temporary permit, whichever period is shorter.
(b) The provisions of Subsections 76-10-504(1) and (2) and Section 76-10-505 do not apply
to a person issued a temporary permit under this section during the time period for which the
temporary permit is valid.
(5) The bureau may deny, suspend, or revoke a temporary permit prior to expiration if the
(a) the circumstances justifying the temporary permit no longer exist; or
(b) the holder of the temporary permit does not meet the requirements for a permit under
(6) (a) The denial, suspension, or revocation of a temporary permit shall be in writing and
shall include the reasons for the action.
(b) The bureau's decision to deny, suspend, or revoke a temporary permit may not be appealed
to the board.
(c) Denial, suspension, or revocation under this subsection is final action for purposes of
judicial review under Section 63G-4-402.
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