2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 4 - Agriculture And Domestic Animals
Section 4:11-26 - Grounds For Refusing Or Revoking License

NJ Rev Stat § 4:11-26 (2016) What's This?

4:11-26. Grounds for refusing or revoking license
The secretary may refuse to grant or may revoke a license for the following causes:

a. Where the licensee has made a general assignment for the benefit of creditors or has been adjudged a bankrupt or is insolvent or where a money judgment has been secured against him, upon which an execution has been returned unsatisfied;

b. Where there has been a failure to account for or make prompt settlement for any agricultural commodities received, bought, solicited or negotiated;

c. Where any false statement has been made as to condition, quality or quantity of agricultural commodities received or bought or where the sales were negotiated or held for sale on commission when the same might have been known on reasonable inspection;

d. Where there has been a continual course of dealings of such a nature as to satisfy the secretary of the inability or unwillingness of the licensee, or his agent, to properly conduct the business of receiving, buying, soliciting or negotiating the sale of agricultural commodities on behalf of the grower thereof;

e. Where the licensee has been duly required to file an additional bond and has failed to do so;

f. Where there has been a continued and persistent failure to keep the records required by the secretary or by law; or where there has been a refusal on the part of the licensee to produce books, accounts or records of transactions in carrying on the business for which such license is granted.

Amended by L.1962, c. 81, s. 6.

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