§ 19-14-13. Revocation of license.
(a) The director, or the director's designee, may, upon ten (10) days' notice to the licensee, stating his or her intent to revoke and the grounds for revocation, and upon reasonable opportunity for the licensee to be heard, revoke any license issued under this chapter, upon finding that:
(1) The licensee has failed to comply with any demand, ruling, order, or requirement of the director, or the director's designee, lawfully made pursuant to and within the authority of this title;
(2) The licensee has violated any provisions of this title or § 6-26-2, or any rule or regulation lawfully made by the director, or the director's designee, under and within the authority of this chapter;
(3) Any fact or condition exists that, if it had existed at the time of the original application for the license, would have warranted the director, or the director's designee, in refusing originally to issue the license;
(4) The licensee has committed any fraud, engaged in any dishonest activities, or made any misrepresentation;
(5) The licensee has violated any provisions of this title or any regulation issued pursuant to this title;
(6) The licensee has made a false statement in the application for the license or failed to give a true reply to a question in the application; or
(7) The licensee has demonstrated incompetency or untrustworthiness to act as a licensee pursuant to this chapter.
(b) The burden of proving the existence of these facts or conditions as grounds for revocation of a license under this section shall be upon the director, or the director's designee. The director, or the director's designee, if he or she has reasonable cause to believe that the grounds for revocation exist, may subpoena and investigate the business, books, and records of the licensee.
(P.L. 1995, ch. 82, § 52.)