Mich. Admin. Code R. 432.4 - License revocation
(1) A license is evidence of an agency that is revocable at will by either the bureau or the retailer. Revocation of the agency is effective 30 days after notice of the revocation has been mailed by the revoking party.
On or before the thirtieth day following notice of revocation, a retailer shall surrender the license to the bureau.
(2) The bureau may immediately suspend, revoke, or not renew a retailer's license for any of the following reasons:
(a) The retailer's application for a license contains false or misleading information.
(b) The retailer violates any of the provisions of the act, these rules, or instructions and directives of the commissioner or bureau.
(c) The retailer's business location is changed.
(d) The retailer commits any act that seriously impairs his or her reputation for honesty and integrity.
(e) The retailer does not display lottery point of sale material in a manner that can be readily seen by the public or fails to make handout materials readily available to the public.
(f) The retailer is delinquent in making required accounting or fails to pay promptly all moneys owed the state.
(g) The retailer has been convicted of a crime other than a traffic offense.
(h) The retailer has been arrested for bookmaking or other forms of illegal gambling, whether or not convicted of bookmaking or other form of illegal gambling in a court of law.
(i) The retailer has been found guilty of any fraud or misrepresentation.
(j) There is reasonable cause to believe that the retailer is engaged in fraud, misrepresentation, or illegal gaming.
(k) The retailer fails to take reasonable security precautions with regard to the handling of lottery tickets and other materials.
(l) The commissioner finds that the retailer's experience, character, and general fitness are such that his or her participation as a retailer is inconsistent with the public interest, convenience, and necessity.
(m) Any other reason within the permissible discretion of the commissioner.
(3) The retailer shall surrender immediately to the appropriate bureau official his or her retailer's license and other lottery materials supplied to him or her by the bureau.
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