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A. If the director has reasonable cause to believe that a person who is authorized as a third party pursuant to this article or who holds a certificate granted pursuant to this article is violating any provision of this title, the director shall immediately issue and serve on the person, by personal delivery or first class mail at the person's last known address, a cease and desist order.
B. On receipt of the cease and desist order, the person shall immediately cease and desist, or cease and desist as provided in the contract between the department and the authorized third party, from further engaging in any activity that is authorized pursuant to this article and that is specified in the cease and desist order.
C. On failure of the person to comply with the cease and desist order, the director may conduct a hearing pursuant to this article.