2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Section 18A:23-10 - Cancellation of license; review

18A:23-10. Cancellation of license; review

Upon proof that any public school accountant shall have knowingly omitted to report any error, omission, irregularity, violation of law or discrepancy found in the books or accounts, or shall have issued false reports of his audit of any school district; that is to say, shall have issued audits of such a nature as not to show an accurate, intelligent and complete statement of the financial condition of the school district, or of such a nature as not to comply with the requirements of the commissioner, or if such auditor or accountant shall fail to file such report and recommendations as required by section 18A:23-3, or neglect or refuse to carry out any agreement or contract for audit, his license as a public school accountant may be canceled by the state board of public accountants. Such cancellation shall not affect the accountant's right to practice as a registered municipal accountant or as a certified public accountant.

Upon cancellation or refusal of a license pursuant to this section, a person aggrieved thereby shall have the right to have the matter reviewed by a proceeding in the superior court in lieu of prerogative writ.

L.1967, c.271.

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