1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Agriculture & Markets
  4. Article 5: Diseases of Domestic Animals; Calves and Veal; Pure Bred Stock; Certificates of Registry.


Section 90-E Refusing and revoking permits

Agriculture & Markets (AGM)

The commissioner after due notice and opportunity of hearing to the applicant or permittee may deny an application for or revoke or refuse to renew a permit when he or she is satisfied that the applicant or permittee has:

  1. violated the statutes of the state of New York or of the United States or the official regulations of the commissioner governing the interstate or intrastate movement, shipment or transportation of cattle or horses, swine, camelids, deer, sheep, goats or poultry;

  2. made false or misleading statements in his or her application for an animal health permit or has made false or misleading statements as to the health or physical condition of cattle, horses, swine, camelids, deer, sheep, goats or poultry; regarding official tests;

  3. knowingly sold for purposes other than slaughter cattle, horses, swine, camelids, deer, sheep, goats or poultry which were affected with a communicable disease;

  4. failed to observe sanitary measures in barning, stabling premises or vehicles used for the stabling, holding or transportation of cattle, horses, swine, camelids, deer, sheep, goats or poultry;

  5. engaged in a course of dealing of such a nature as to satisfy the commissioner of his or her inability or unwillingness properly to conduct the business for which an animal health permit has been issued;

  6. been convicted of a felony;

  7. had his or her animal health permit terminated or revoked;

  8. ceased to operate the business for which the animal health permit was issued; or

  9. failed to comply with any of the provisions of this chapter or the rules and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto.