12 Va. Admin. Code § 35-46-120 - Denial

Current through Register Vol. 38, No. 3, September 27, 2021

A. An application for licensure may be denied when the applicant:
1. Violates any provision of applicable laws or regulations made pursuant to such laws;
2. Has a founded disposition of child abuse or neglect after the appeal process has been completed;
3. Has been convicted of a crime listed in § 37.2-416 or 63.2-1726 of the Code of Virginia;
4. Has made false statements on the application or misrepresentation of facts in the application process;
5. Has not demonstrated good character and reputation as determined through references, background investigations, driving records, and other application materials;
6. Has a history of adverse licensing actions or sanctions;
7. Permits, aids, or abets in the commission of an illegal act in services delivered by the provider; or
8. Engages in conduct or practices detrimental to the welfare of any individual receiving services from the provider.
B. If denial of a license is recom­mended, the facility shall be notified in writing of the deficiencies, the proposed action, the right to appeal, and the appeal process.


12 Va. Admin. Code § 35-46-120
Derived from Virginia Register Volume 25, Issue 21, eff. August 6, 2009.

Statutory Authority

§§ 37.2-408 and 37.2-203 of the Code of Virginia.

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