2006 New York Code - Suspension And Revocation Of License.
§ 20-369 Suspension and revocation of license. a. The commissioner may suspend or revoke a license for conduct of the licensee, its officers, principals, directors, agents or employees or in a closely held corporation, stockholdersthat would constitute grounds for denying the issuance of renewal of a license pursuant to section 20-361 of this code. (b) Upon application to the commissioner and prior to the reinstatement or reissuance of a suspended or revoked license, the licensee, with the commissioner's approval, shall, upon payment of the fee as specified in section 20-362 of this code, be permitted to operate for six months on a probationary license. At the end of such six month period, the license shall be reinstated or reissued unless the commissioner finds that the licensee, its officers, principals, directors, agents or employees or, in a closely held corporation, stockholders, have engaged in conduct that would constitute grounds for denying the issuance or renewal of a license pursuant to section 20-361 of this code. Upon a finding of such conduct the probationary license shall be revoked and shall not be reissued for a period of one year.
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