Agriculture & Markets - Refrigerated Warehouses and Locker Plants - Licenses, suspension or revocation of; review

Published: 2014-09-22

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§ 232. Licenses, suspension or revocation of; review. The commissioner
may suspend a license if any warehouse or locker plant covered by the
license shall be found to be conducted in an insanitary manner, such
suspension to continue until the unsatisfactory conditions of sanitation
are corrected. The commissioner may, after opportunity be given to the
licensee to be heard, revoke a license (a) if it appears that any
statement upon which the license was issued is false or misleading, (b)
if the licensee violates any of the provisions of this chapter, or (c)
if the financial condition of the licensee changes so as to imperil the
interests of those who store food in the warehouse or locker plant of
the licensee, or of those who extend credit upon the security of goods
so stored.

The action of the commissioner in refusing to grant a license, or in
revoking or suspending a license, shall be subject to review by a
proceeding under article seventy-eight of the civil practice law and
rules, but the decision of the commissioner shall be final unless within
thirty days from the date of the order embodying such action such
proceeding to review has been instituted.