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SECTION 750-H
Denial of license application and suspension and revocation of licenses
General Business (GBS) CHAPTER 20, ARTICLE 35-C
§ 750-h. Denial of license application and suspension and revocation
of licenses. 1. An application for a license under this article may be
denied or a license to engage in the business of operating a pet
cemetery or pet crematorium may be suspended or revoked, by the
secretary of state, for any one or more of the following causes:

(a) Fraud or bribery in securing a license;

(b) The making of any false statement as to a material matter in any
application or other statement or certificate required by or pursuant to
this article;

(c) Incompetency in the operation of a pet cemetery or pet
crematorium;

(d) Failure to display the license as provided in this article;

(e) Violation of any provision of this article, or of any rule or
regulation adopted hereunder;

(f) Conviction of a crime involving fraud, theft, perjury or bribery
or other cause which would permit disqualifications from receiving a
license upon the original application;

(g) Failure to retain all pet disposal forms for a period of two years
following receipt;

(h) Failure to comply with the duties of a pet cemetery owner or
operator as set forth in section seven hundred fifty-v of this article;
and

(i) Conviction of a violation of article twenty-six of the agriculture
and markets law involving cruelty to animals.

2. Whenever the license to engage in the business of operating a pet
cemetery or pet crematorium is revoked, such license shall not be
reinstated or reissued until after the expiration of a period of five
years from the date of such revocation and the secretary of state
approves the license application pursuant to section seven hundred
fifty-e of this article.