S.C. Code Regs. 79-9 - Board Authorized to Make Investigations and Deny, Suspend or Revoke Licenses

A. The Board may, if it deems necessary, cause an investigation to be made to ascertain if all the criteria set forth in an application for license are true and shall not issue a license to the applicant until it is satisfied as to the accuracy of the application. The Board may deny or refuse to license any applicant based on misrepresentation of facts presented on the application for license, and/or for any of the reasons set forth in the Act, and if the application requirements are not met.
B. The Department shall investigate in accordance with Section 40-29-50 or upon receipt of inquiries or complaints any allegation of a wrongful act or acts involving licensees, and the Board shall have the authority to take appropriate action as provided in the Act.
C. If a licensee has been licensed in another state and that license has been suspended or revoked and/or if there is an outstanding penalty, the Board at its discretion based on information received with regard to any such suspension, revocation, or penalty may deny, suspend or revoke that licensee's ability to do business within the State of South Carolina.


S.C. Code Regs. 79-9
Added by State Register Volume 29, Issue No. 2, eff February 25, 2005; State Register Volume 37, Issue No. 5, eff May 24, 2013.

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