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36-893 - Legal action or sale; effect on licensure
36-893. Legal action or sale; effect on licensure
A. The department shall not act on an application for licensure of a currently licensed child care facility while any enforcement or court action related to child care facility licensure is pending against that facility's current licensee.
B. The director may continue to pursue any court, administrative or enforcement action against the licensee even though the facility is in the process of being sold or transferred to a new owner.
C. The department shall not approve a change in facility ownership unless it determines that there has been a transfer of all legal and equitable interests, control and authority in the facility so that persons other than the transferring licensee, that licensee's agent or other parties exercising authority or supervision over the facility's daily operations or staff are responsible for and have control over the facility.