2017 Idaho Statutes
Title 44 - LABOR
Chapter 16 - FARM LABOR CONTRACTOR LICENSING
Section 44-1609 - LICENSE — DENIAL, REVOCATION, SUSPENSION, REFUSAL TO RENEW.
44-1609. License — Denial, revocation, suspension, refusal to renew. (1) The department may deny, revoke, suspend or refuse to renew a farm labor contractor license when:
(a) The applicant or licensee, or the agent of the applicant or licensee, has had his farm labor contractor’s license denied or revoked in any jurisdiction within three (3) years of the date of application;
(b) The licensee or his agent has violated or failed to comply with any provision of this chapter or the rules promulgated hereunder;
(c) The applicant or licensee has an unsatisfied court judgment or final administrative decision against him for unpaid wages;
(d) The applicant or licensee made false or misleading statements on, or provided false or misleading information with, his application for a license;
(e) The applicant or licensee fails to maintain proof of financial responsibility as required by section 44-1604, Idaho Code;
(f) The applicant or licensee fails to provide, or the department receives notice of cancellation of any certificates of insurance required by section 44-1603, Idaho Code;
(g) The applicant or licensee fails to pay unemployment insurance contributions when due; or
(h) The applicant or licensee, when required by law, fails or refuses to seek food, water, shelter or medical attention, or to provide any other goods or services required for the safety and health of his employees.
(2) Before the department denies, revokes, suspends or refuses to renew a license, the applicant or licensee shall be given written notice of the reasons for the licensing action and an opportunity for a hearing.
[44-1609, added 2002, ch. 328, sec. 1, p. 925.]
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