2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 28:569 — Denial, revocation, or nonrenewal of license; grounds
§569. Denial, revocation, or nonrenewal of license; grounds
A. An application for a license may be denied for any of the following reasons:
(1) Failure to meet any of the minimum standards promulgated by the department pursuant to R.S. 28:567D.
(2) Conviction of the applicant for a felony. If the applicant is an agency, the head of that agency must be free of such conviction. If a subordinate employee is so convicted, the matter must be handled administratively to the satisfaction of the licensing agency.
(3) Documented information of past or present conduct or practices of a clinic director or staff which are detrimental to the welfare of clinic participants.
B. A license may be revoked or a renewal thereof may be denied for any of the following reasons:
(1) Cruelty or indifference to the welfare of the patients.
(2) Misappropriations or conversion of the property of the patients.
(3) Violation of any provision of this Part or of the minimum standards, rules and regulations, or orders of the department promulgated pursuant to R.S. 28:567D.
(4) Permitting, aiding, or abetting the unlawful, illicit, or unauthorized use of drugs or alcohol within the facility or a program.
(5) Any ground upon which an application for a license may be denied as prescribed in Subsection A of this Section.
Added by Acts 1978, No. 641, §1. Amended by Acts 1979, No. 689, §1.
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