2013 Maryland Code
§ 14-605 - Registration -- Denial, refusal to renew, suspension, revocation.
(a) Subject to the hearing provisions of Title 2 of this article, the Commissioner may deny a registration to an applicant or refuse to renew, suspend, or revoke the registration of a registrant if the applicant or registrant, or an officer, director, or employee of the applicant or registrant:
(1) makes a material misstatement or misrepresentation in an application for registration;
(2) fraudulently or deceptively obtains or attempts to obtain a registration for the applicant or registrant or for another;
(3) has been convicted of a felony or of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude;
(4) in connection with the administration of a discount medical plan or discount drug plan, commits fraud or engages in illegal or dishonest activities;
(5) has violated any provision of this subtitle or a regulation adopted under it;
(6) provides a false, falsely disparaging, or misleading oral or written statement, visual description, or other representation of any kind that has the capacity, tendency, or effect of deceiving or misleading consumers;
(7) makes a representation that a discount medical plan or discount drug plan has a sponsorship, approval, characteristic, use, or benefit that it does not have;
(8) has violated § 13-301 of the Commercial Law Article; or
(9) fails to maintain on file with the Commissioner a current list of the persons authorized to sell, market, or solicit a discount medical plan or discount drug plan established by the applicant or the registrant.
(b) This section does not limit any regulatory power of the Commissioner under Title 2 of this article.
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