2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 24 - Food And Drugs
Section 24:10-57.8 - Revocation Of Permit; Grounds; Renewal; Suspension Pending Hearing
24:10-57.8. Revocation of permit; grounds; renewal; suspension pending hearing
Upon evidence duly ascertained by the department or furnished to the department by any local board of health, that a person or persons authorized under a permit issued hereunder to operate a milk plant or to operate as a bulk milk hauler for the purpose of distributing, selling, or reselling milk and fluid milk products, within this State, is in violation of any of the rules and regulations established by the department, the State Sanitary Code or laws governing the standard quality, production, handling, processing or transportation of milk and fluid milk products, the department may upon hearing and proof of violation, revoke such permit.
No such permit shall be renewed or restored until the department is satisfied that all of the provisions of this act have been complied with.
When, in the judgment of the department, the protection of the public health, safety and welfare so warrants, it may, before hearing, suspend such permit pending the hearing, in which event it shall be unlawful for the person whose permit is thus suspended to engage in collecting, assembling, manufacturing, processing, shipping, transporting, or importing any milk or fluid milk products from that plant, or for use within this State during such period of suspension provided, however, that in the event the department shall so suspend a permit pending a hearing the department shall upon application by the person or persons whose permit has been suspended proceed forthwith to a hearing in order to ascertain the truth of the charges.
L.1964, c. 62, s. 8.
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