2014 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Section 24:6B-10 - Order to correct violation

NJ Rev Stat § 24:6B-10 (2014) What's This?

24:6B-10. Order to correct violation
If a registrant shall violate, directly or indirectly through his officers and employees, any of the provisions of this act, or any other provisions of subtitle 1 of Title 24 of the Revised Statutes, the commissioner may order the correction of the violation within such reasonable period of time as the commissioner may prescribe. Such an order shall be in writing, shall state the violation to be corrected, the period of time within which such violation shall be corrected and the individual or individuals who have actual administrative responsibility who shall be responsible for having such correction made. The order shall be delivered in person or by certified mail to an individual designated to receive service of the commissioner's orders.

If the commissioner's order is not complied with within the period specified therein, or within any extension thereof, the commissioner may order the registrant to stop engaging in such business or the part affected by the order until the order is complied with. If the registrant shall continue such business or part thereof after the commissioner has ordered the registrant to stop, any individual designated responsible in the commissioner's order for correcting the violation shall be a disorderly person.

Any registrant ordered by the commissioner to stop engaging in business or any part thereof may appeal from such order to the Superior Court. Pending a hearing and determination upon the appeal, the court may stay execution of all or part of the commissioner's order.

L.1961, c. 52, p. 530, s. 11.

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