§468E-13  Disciplinary action.  (a)  In addition to any other actions authorized by law, the board may take disciplinary action against any licensee, including but not limited to revocation, suspension, fine, or a combination thereof, or refuse to issue or renew a license for any cause authorized by law, including but not limited to the following:

     (1)  Obtaining a license by means of fraud, misrepresentation, or concealment of material facts;

     (2)  Professional misconduct or unethical conduct;

     (3)  Conduct constituting fraudulent or dishonest dealings;

     (4)  Violating any provision of this chapter or rules adopted thereunder;

     (5)  Failure to comply with a board order; or

     (6)  Making a false statement on any document submitted or required to be filed by this chapter.

     (b)  Any person who violates this chapter or the rules adopted thereunder shall be fined not more than $1,000 and each day a violation exists, failure to comply with this chapter shall constitute a separate violation. [L 1974, c 48, pt of §1 and c 205, §§2, 5; am L 1986, c 211, §12; am L 1988, c 320, §10; am L 1992, c 202, §172]


Cross References


  Denial of licenses to convicted persons, see §831-3.1.