2015 Code of Alabama
Chapter 7 - SALE OF CHECKS.
Section 8-7-12 - Procedure for denial or revocation of license; judicial review.

AL Code § 8-7-12 (2015) What's This?
Section 8-7-12Procedure for denial or revocation of license; judicial review.

(a) No license shall be denied or revoked except on 10 days' notice to the applicant or licensee. Upon receipt of such notice, the applicant or licensee may, within five days of such receipt, make written demand for a hearing. Pending final determination of the matter by the commission or by the courts, any revocation order shall be suspended, provided that the licensee posts a bond in an amount deemed adequate by the commission but not to exceed $50,000. Such bond shall secure the same obligations as does the corporate surety bond or deposit required by Section 8-7-7, but shall be in addition to the bond or deposit required thereby. Upon receipt of such written demand, the commission shall thereafter, with reasonable promptness, hear and determine the matter as provided by law.

(b) If the applicant or licensee deems himself aggrieved by such determination or order of the commission, he may, within 15 days after such determination or order, have such determination or order reviewed by appeal to the Circuit Court of Montgomery County, Alabama, by filing a petition setting out the specific order or action or part thereof whereby such person deems himself aggrieved. All such petitions shall be given preferred settings and shall be heard by the court as speedily as possible. Such an appeal shall be perfected upon the posting of a bond for the costs of the appeal, accompanied by the said petition. Any party of said appeal may appeal to the Supreme Court of Alabama from the judgment or order of the said circuit court in the manner provided in the Alabama Rules of Appellate Procedure.

(Acts 1961, Ex. Sess., No. 177, p. 2142, §12.)

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