2006 New York Code - Denial, Revocation And Suspension Of Licenses

    § 96-e. Denial, revocation and suspension of licenses. The exposure of
  meat,  fowl  or  meat food product to insects, live animals or injurious
  contamination, or the slaughter, possession or sale of unwholesome meat,
  or the slaughtering, butchering, possession or sale of  the  fur,  hair,
  skin  or  flesh of a domesticated dog (canis familiaris) or domesticated
  cat (felis catus or domesticus) shall be cause  for  the  denial  of  an
  application  for  license,  or the revocation or suspension of a license
  already granted. Any  such  denial,  revocation  or  suspension  may  be
  reviewed  by  a proceeding instituted under article seventy-eight of the
  civil practice law and rules.

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