TITLE 28
Labor and Labor Relations

CHAPTER 28-22
Division of Professional Regulation

SECTION 28-22-2


§ 28-22-2 Penalties for non-payment.

(a) Any person who has violated any provisions of chapter 6 of title 5 entitled "Electricians," chapter 26 of title 28 entitled "Hoisting Engineers," chapter 27 of title 28 entitled "Pipefitters and Refrigeration Technicians, Fire Protection Sprinkler Contractors and Journeyperson Sprinkler Fitters and Oil Heat Contractors," chapter 70 of title 5 entitled "Telecommunications," and chapter 20 of title 5 entitled "Plumbers," whether duly registered with the office of the secretary of state or not, and has been levied a fine by the director of labor and training, is required to submit penalties due to the department of labor and training, division of professional regulation, within thirty (30) days of notice of the fine or penalty or license(s) will be revoked. Reinstatement of these license(s) will require payment of all penalties due to the department of labor and training and a subsequent hearing before the respective board.

(b) Any person who has violated any provisions of chapter 6 of title 5 entitled "Electricians," chapter 26 of title 28 entitled "Hoisting Engineers," chapter 27 of title 28 entitled "Pipefitters and Refrigeration Technicians, Fire Protection Sprinkler Contractors and Journeyperson Sprinkler Fitters and Oil Heat Contractors," chapter 70 of title 5 entitled "Telecommunications," chapter 20 of title 5 entitled "Plumbers," and chapter 20 of title 28 entitled "Safety Awareness," whether duly registered with the office of the secretary of state or not, and has been levied a fine by the director of labor and training, and is not licensed with the department of labor and training, division of professional regulation, is required to submit penalties due to the department of labor and training, division of professional regulation, within thirty (30) days of notice of the fine or penalty, or the director of the department of labor and training shall have the power to institute injunction proceedings in superior court.

History of Section.
(P.L. 2000, ch. 189, § 1; P.L. 2002, ch. 394, § 1.)