The board may refuse to issue or may revoke a certificate of registration and/or authorization as a registered interior designer, suspend a certificate of registration or authorization as a registered interior designer for a period of time, issue a private or public reprimand to an individual possessing a certificate of registration or authorization as a registered interior designer, and assess and collect administrative fines not to exceed two thousand dollars ($2,000) for violations of this chapter. In addition to the foregoing, the board may institute any legal proceedings necessary to enforce this chapter, or any combination of the foregoing, for any of the following conduct:
(1) Fraud, deceit, dishonesty, or misrepresentation, whether knowingly or unknowingly, in the practice of interior design or in obtaining any certificate of registration or authorization as a registered interior designer or other thing of value.
(2) Gross negligence, misconduct, or incompetency in the practice of interior design.
(3) Conviction of a felony until civil rights are restored.
(4) Habitual drunkenness or addiction and abuse, or both, of controlled substances without a doctor’s prescription or in violation of the state controlled substances act.
(5) Incompetency, as adjudged by a court having jurisdiction.
(6) Directly or indirectly aiding or abetting in the practice of interior design by a person not duly authorized to practice interior design under this chapter.
(7) Practicing interior design in this state in violation of any standards of professional conduct as may be established by rule of the board.
(8) Practicing interior design in this state or in any other state or country in violation of the laws of that state or country.
(9) Failure to pay any fee or fine assessed by the board.
(10) Failure to comply with any order of the board.