V C Section 2542 Grounds for Disciplinary Action

Grounds for Disciplinary Action

2542.  The commissioner may suspend, revoke, or take other disciplinary action against a license as provided in this article if the licensee or any partner, officer, director, controlling shareholder, or manager thereof:

(a) Violates any section of this code which relates to his or her licensed activities.

(b) Is convicted of any felony.

(c) Is convicted of any misdemeanor involving moral turpitude.

(d) Violates any of the regulations promulgated by the commissioner pursuant to this chapter.

(e) Commits any act involving dishonesty, fraud, or deceit whereby another is injured or any act involving moral turpitude.

(f) Has misrepresented a material fact in obtaining a license.

(g) Aids or abets an unlicensed person to evade this chapter.

(h) Fails to make and keep records showing his or her transactions as a licensee, or fails to have these records available for inspection by the commissioner or his or her duly authorized representative for a period of not less than three years after completion of any transaction to which the records refer, or refuses to comply with a written request of the commissioner to make such record available for inspection.

(i) Violates or attempts to violate this chapter relating to the particular activity for which he is licensed.

(j) Fails to equip or maintain his or her vehicles, as required by this code or by the regulations adopted pursuant to this code.

Amended Ch. 161, Stats. 1989. Effective January 1, 1990.