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2012 Statute


50-1127.Same; denial, suspension, revocation or refusal to renew registration; notice. The commissioner may deny, suspend, revoke or refuse to renew a registration issued pursuant to this act, and amendments thereto, if the commissioner finds, after notice and opportunity for a hearing conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Kansas administrative procedure act, that:

(a) The applicant or registrant has repeatedly or willfully violated any provision of this act, any rule and regulation promulgated thereunder or any order lawfully issued by the commissioner pursuant to this act;

(b) the applicant or registrant has failed to file and maintain the surety bond required under this act;

(c) the applicant or registrant is insolvent;

(d) the applicant or registrant has filed with the commissioner any document or statement containing any false representation of a material fact or omitting to state a material fact;

(e) the applicant, registrant or any officer, director, member, owner, partner, principal or debt management counselor thereof has been convicted of any crime;

(f) the applicant or registrant fails to keep and maintain sufficient records to permit an audit satisfactorily disclosing to the commissioner the applicant's or registrant's compliance with the provision of this act;

(g) the applicant, registrant or an employee of the applicant or registrant has been the subject of any disciplinary action by the commissioner or any other state or federal regulatory agency;

(h) a final judgment has been entered against the applicant or registrant in a civil action and the commissioner finds the conduct on which the judgment is based indicates that it would be contrary to the public interest to permit such person to be registered;

(i) the applicant or registrant has engaged in any deceptive business practice;

(j) facts or conditions exist which would have justified the denial of the registration or renewal had such facts or conditions existed or been known to exist at the time the application for registration or renewal was made; or

(k) the applicant or registrant has refused to furnish information required by the commissioner within a reasonable period of time as established by the commissioner.

History: L. 2004, ch. 22, § 12; July 1.