§ 2-18.1-11. Reasons for withholding or revoking a license or certificate.
The director may withhold, suspend or revoke any license or certificate of inspection provided that upon ten (10) days' notice, in writing, forwarded by registered or certified mail to the applicant or holder of the license or certificate, stating the contemplated action and in general the grounds for the action, and after reasonable opportunity to be heard, the director shall find that the person has:
(1) Made any material misstatement in his or her application for license;
(2) Failed to comply with the requirements of the director with reference to freeing his or her nursery stock of injurious insect pests and plant diseases;
(3) Failed to provide adequate facilities for storing or displaying nursery stock being offered for sale under conditions needed to maintain its vigor; or
(4) Knowingly permitted the use of his or her license or certificate by another person.
(G.L. 1956, § 2-18.1-11, as assigned, P.L. 1962, ch. 132, § 1.)