N.J. Admin. Code § 3:15-12.2 - Failure to respond to notice

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

(a) The alleged violator's failure to respond, as required by the notice, within the time provided in the notice, shall be deemed to be an admission of all of the allegations, charges and conclusions contained in the notice, and no further proceeding shall be required prior to the execution of a final order that imposes the administrative penalty, penalties or other relief described in the notice.
(b) If no response is received within the time provided in any notice to suspend or revoke a license or authority to conduct any activity regulated by 17:1-1 et seq., the Department shall prepare a final order suspending or revoking the license or authority to conduct such activity, and mail a copy of the order to the violator at his or her last known business address on file with the Department.
(c) If the notice issued pursuant to this section provided for the payment of any fine, restitution or reimbursement to the Department for investigative or examination cost, and payment or proof of payment has not been received, the Department may proceed without further notice to suspend or revoke the license or authority of the violator as provided in 17:11C-53.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 3:15-12.2

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