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Revocation of licenses and certificates of approval
Public Health (PBH) CHAPTER 45, ARTICLE 33, TITLE 7
§ 3390. Revocation of licenses and certificates of approval. Any
license or certificate of approval granted pursuant to this article may
be revoked by the commissioner in whole or in part upon a finding that
the licensee or certificate holder has:

1. falsified any application, report, or record required by this

2. wilfully failed to furnish the department with timely reports or
information required to be filed with the department;

3. been convicted of an offense in any jurisdiction relating to any
substance listed in this article as a controlled substance;

4. wilfully or negligently failed to comply with any of the provisions
of the federal controlled substances act, this article, or the
regulations promulgated thereunder;

5. failed to maintain effective control against diversion of
controlled substances; or

6. wilfully and unreasonably refused to permit an inspection
authorized by this article.