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N.J.A.C. § 13:45D-3.7
Refusal to issue, suspension or revocation of registration; hearing; other sanctions

(a) The Director may refuse to issue or renew, or suspend or revoke any registration issued by the Division for:

1. Failure to comply with, or for a violation of, N.J.S.A. 56:8-119 et seq. or any provision of this chapter; or

2. Any entity, officer, director, principal or owner of a telemarketing business having been adjudged liable in an administrative or civil action involving theft, fraud or deceptive business practices. For the purposes of this paragraph, a judgment of liability in an administrative or civil action shall include, but not be limited to, any finding or admission that the entity, officer, director, principal or owner engaged in an unlawful practice or practices related to fraud, deceptive trade practices, relating to the license to do business or practice an occupation or trade regardless of whether that finding was made in the context of an injunction, a proceeding resulting in the denial, suspension or revocation of an organization's registration, consented to in an assurance of voluntary compliance or any similar order or legal agreement with any State or Federal agency.

(b) Prior to refusing to issue or renew or suspending or revoking a telemarketing registration or assessing a penalty, the Director shall notify the applicant or registrant and provide an opportunity to be heard.

(c) The Director may, in lieu of revoking a registration, suspend the registration for a reasonable period of time dependent upon the seriousness of the violation, or assess a penalty in lieu of suspension, or both.

(d) Notwithstanding the revocation of a registration, the Director may issue a new registration upon submission of a new application and compliance with this chapter.

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