Conn. Agencies Regs. § 13a-124a-7 - Revoking permits

Current through March 4, 2022

The Department of Transportation reserves the right to revoke permits and existing specific information signs or business signs upon written notification for any of the following reasons:

(a) Safety
(b) It becomes necessary to install higher priority highway signs.
(c) If the sign becomes unsightly, badly faded and/or in a substantial state of dilapidation.
(d) If the Department determines the signing can no longer be accommodated.
(e) If after a business has been approved to display its business sign, the business is found to be in violation of these regulations, the business will be notified and given 20 calendar days to come into compliance. If after 20 calendar days the business is still in violation of the regulations, the signs will be removed and returned to the business.

In all of the above situations, the state will not be liable for any remuneration, actual or implied, to the businesses displayed on the affected sign.

Notes

Conn. Agencies Regs. § 13a-124a-7
Effective December 5, 1989

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