2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 4 - Agriculture And Domestic Animals
Section 4:12-17 - Grounds For Refusal Or Revocation Of License
4:12-17. Grounds for refusal or revocation of license
The secretary may decline to grant or may revoke a license when he is satisfied of the existence of the following causes or any one of them:
a. Where a money judgment has been secured by any milk producer and has been entered against the applicant or licensee and remains unsatisfied of record;
b. Where there has been a failure to make prompt settlement with persons from whom he buys milk;
c. Where there have been combinations to fix prices;
d. Where there has been a continual course of dealing of such nature as to satisfy the secretary of the inability of the applicant or licensee to conduct the business properly or of an intent to deceive or defraud creditors;
e. Where there has been a continued and persistent failure to keep records required by the secretary or by law; or where there is a refusal on the part of the licensee to produce books, accounts or records of transactions in the carrying on of the business for which his license was granted;
f. Where there has been a continued and persistent failure to prepare and deliver any statements or to post any schedules required by law to be prepared and delivered or posted.
Amended by L.1949, c. 249, p. 803, s. 7.
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