Maine Revised Statutes

§456. Complaints; investigation; hearings

The commissioner or his duly authorized agent may investigate, upon the complaint of any interested person, or on his own motion, the conduct and activities of any person applying for or holding a license under this subchapter and, for that purpose, may examine the books and papers of any applicant or licensee and may require testimony and affidavits thereon under oath. The commissioner may, in a manner consistent with the Maine Administrative Procedure Act, conduct such hearings as he deems necessary pursuant to this subchapter. He shall have full power to subpoena such witnesses and documents as he deems necessary. [1981, c. 139, (NEW).]

SECTION HISTORY
1981, c. 139, (NEW).