Maine Revised Statutes

§234. Denial; suspension; revocation; grounds

The commissioner may, after a hearing in conformance with applicable provisions of the Maine Administrative Procedure Act, suspend or revoke a license issued under this chapter. The following are grounds for denial, suspension or revocation of a license: [1999, c. 671, §12 (NEW).]

1. Fraud or deceit.  The practice of fraud or deceit in obtaining a license under this chapter or in the performance of services within the scope of the license issued;
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2. Conviction of certain crimes.  Conviction of a crime that relates directly to the practice for which the person is licensed or conviction of a crime for which incarceration for one year or more may be imposed;
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3. Violation of chapter or rule.  A violation of this chapter or a rule adopted by the commissioner;
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4. Aiding or abetting unlicensed practice.  Aiding or abetting the practice of displaying or discharging fireworks by a person not duly licensed under this chapter; or
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5. Incompetence.  Incompetence in the practice of displaying or discharging fireworks. A licensee is considered incompetent in the practice if the licensee has:
A. Engaged in professional conduct that evidences a lack of ability or fitness to perform the duties for which that licensee is licensed; or [1999, c. 671, §12 (NEW).]
B. Engaged in professional conduct that evidences a lack of knowledge of, or inability to apply, appropriate principles or skills to carry out the practice for which that licensee is licensed. [1999, c. 671, §12 (NEW).]
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SECTION HISTORY
1999, c. 671, §12 (NEW).

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