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A. The board may initiate proceedings under this chapter, for cause, either on its own motion or a verified complaint pursuant to title 41, chapter 6, article 10.
B. A written notice stating the nature of the charge or charges against the holder of a certificate and the time and place of the hearing before the board on the charges shall be served not less than twenty days prior to the date of the hearing either personally or by mailing a copy of the notice, certified mail, to the address last known to the board.
C. If, after having been served with the notice of hearing, the person fails to appear at the hearing and defend, the board may proceed to hear evidence against the person and may enter such order as shall be justified by the evidence.
D. At all hearings the attorney general of this state, one of the attorney general's assistants or a special assistant designated by the attorney general shall appear and represent the board.
E. The decision of the board shall be by majority vote. Any person aggrieved by the decision may file a motion for a rehearing pursuant to title 41, chapter 6, article 10.
F. Except as provided in section 41-1092.08, subsection H, the board's final decision is subject to judicial review pursuant to title 12, chapter 7, article 6.