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28-3414 - Refusal to issue or renew license of school
28-3414. Refusal to issue or renew license of school
A. The director may refuse to issue or renew the license for a school if the director determines that the licensee or applicant has not complied with or has knowingly violated any provision of this article or any rule adopted pursuant to this article or has been convicted of a violation of title 13 or this title.
B. An applicant or licensee who is aggrieved by the director's decision may make a written request to the department for a hearing within thirty days after service of notice of the refusal. If the applicant or licensee does not request a hearing within thirty days, the decision is final. If the applicant or licensee requests a hearing, the director shall give written notice to the applicant or licensee to appear at the hearing and show cause why the refusal to issue or renew the license should not be upheld. After consideration of the evidence presented at the hearing, the director shall serve notice in writing to the applicant or licensee of the director's findings and order.