2013 Mississippi Code
Title 83 - INSURANCE
Chapter 39 - BAIL BONDS AND BONDSMEN
§ 83-39-17 - Hearing
Before any license shall be refused or suspended or revoked, or the renewal thereof refused hereunder, the commissioner shall give notice of his intention to do so, by registered mail, to the applicant or licensee and to the insurer or professional bail agent appointing or employing the applicant or licensee, as the case may be, and shall set a date, not less than twenty (20) days from the date of mailing the notice, when the applicant or licensee and a duly authorized representative of the insurer or professional bail agent may appear to be heard and produce evidence. In the conduct of the hearing, the commissioner or any regular salaried employee specially designated by him for this purpose shall have power to administer oaths, to require the appearance of and examine any person under oath, and to require the production of books, records, or papers relevant to the inquiry upon his own initiative or upon the request of the applicant or licensee. Upon the termination of the hearing, findings shall be reduced to writing and, upon approval by the commissioner, shall be filed in his office and notice of the findings sent by registered mail to the applicant or licensee and the insurer or professional bail agent concerned.
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