N.J. Admin. Code § 10:44A-1.8 - Denial, revocation, non-renewal or suspension of a license

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) The licensing agency may deny, suspend, revoke, or refuse to renew a license for substantial non-compliance, or for willful non-compliance.
(b) If the licensing agency denies, revokes or refuses to renew a license, the licensee shall be prohibited from re-applying for a license for one year from the date of license revocation or non-renewal. After the one year period has elapsed, the licensee may submit to the licensing agency a new application for a license.
1. When a negative licensing action is based upon falsification, willful noncompliance, criminal activity on the part of the applicant, licensee or executive director, or when individuals have suffered physical harm due to the applicant's, licensee's or executive director's actions or failure to act, the Department may refuse to accept any subsequent application.
(c) When a license is suspended, the licensing agency shall reinstate the license when the licensee achieves compliance with the provisions of this chapter. The Department shall not require the licensee to submit a new application for a license unless such application is expressly made a condition of the reinstatement of the license.
(d) Each license issued to a licensee shall remain the property of the Department of Human Services. If the licensing agency suspends or revokes a license, the licensee shall, upon notification, return the license to the licensing agency.


N.J. Admin. Code § 10:44A-1.8
Amended by R.2004 d.404, effective 11/1/2004.
See: 36 New Jersey Register 2589(a), 36 New Jersey Register 4961(a).

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