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32-1161 - Rights of contractor after suspension of license
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32-1161. Rights of contractor after suspension of license
A. After suspending the license on any of the grounds set forth in section 32-1154, the registrar shall renew it on proof of compliance by the contractor with provisions of the judgment relating to renewal of the license, or in the absence of a judgment or provisions therein as to renewal, on proper showing that all loss caused by the act or omission for which the license was suspended has been fully satisfied.
B. After suspending the license pursuant to section 32-1154, the licensee may perform, without compensation, warranty work or other corrective work.
C. After revoking a license on any of the grounds set forth in section 32-1154, the license may not be renewed or reissued for one year after final determination of revocation and then only on proper showing that all loss caused by the act or omission for which the license was revoked has been fully satisfied. For the purposes of this subsection, a proper showing may be made by demonstrating, to the satisfaction of the registrar, that the licensee exhausted all reasonable means to remedy the underlying loss caused by the act or omission.