The commission may, upon complaint filed by it or any person and after a hearing, suspend or revoke the license of any warehouse licensee for failure to comply with the requirements of the Grain Warehouse Act or any rule or regulation adopted and promulgated pursuant to such act. The complaint shall state the grounds for suspension or revocation and shall be filed with the commission pursuant to the commission’s rules of procedure. The commission shall serve the warehouse licensee with a copy of the complaint and a copy of the order of the commission stating the time for hearing, which time shall be at least twenty days from the date of service. If the commission determines that the public good requires it, the commission may, upon the filing of a complaint and without hearing, temporarily suspend a license pending the determination of the complaint.
- Laws 1987, LB 164, § 22.
Terms Used In Nebraska Statutes 88-546
- Commission: means the Public Service Commission. See Nebraska Statutes 88-526
- Complaint: A written statement by the plaintiff stating the wrongs allegedly committed by the defendant.
- Grain: means wheat, corn, oats, soybeans, barley, rye, flax, or sorghum which has not been processed or packaged for the purpose of distribution as seed, including, but not limited to, edible beans, whole corn plant pellets, alfalfa pellets, millet, sunflower seed, safflower seed, and any other bulk pelleted agricultural storable commodity. See Nebraska Statutes 88-526
- Person: shall include bodies politic and corporate, societies, communities, the public generally, individuals, partnerships, limited liability companies, joint-stock companies, and associations. See Nebraska Statutes 49-801
- State: when applied to different states of the United States shall be construed to extend to and include the District of Columbia and the several territories organized by Congress. See Nebraska Statutes 49-801
- Warehouse: means any grain elevator, mill, grist mill, building, or receptacle in which grain is held in storage for more than ten consecutive days. See Nebraska Statutes 88-526