South Carolina Code 37-7-106. Grounds for refusal to license, suspension, revocation or refusal to renew
South Carolina Code > Title 37 > Chapter 7 > § 37-7-106 - Grounds for refusal to license, suspension, revocation or refusal to renew
Current as of: 2009
The department may refuse to license an applicant or suspend or revoke a license or refuse to renew a license issued pursuant to this chapter if it finds, after notice and a hearing pursuant to the Administrative Procedures Act, that the applicant or his agent has:
(1) been convicted of a felony or of an offense involving fraud or dishonest dealing or moral turpitude within the past ten years;
(2) violated a provision of this chapter;
(3) used fraud or deceit in procuring the issuance of a license or renewal pursuant to this chapter;
(4) indulged in a continuous course of unfair conduct;
(5) been involved in insolvency, bankruptcy, receivership, or assignment for the benefit of creditors by a licensee; or
(6) violated a reasonable rule or regulation made by the department pursuant to this chapter.
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