Licensing Regulations
17a-227-08:  Denial or Revocation of a License
An application for initial licensure may be denied, or a license may be revoked for any of the following reasons, whenever the administrator:

(a) fails to comply with the licensing regulations prescribed by the department;

(b) fails to comply with the applicable state and local laws, ordinances, rules, regulations and codes relating to building, health, fire protection, safety, sanitation and zoning;

(c) violates any of the provisions under which the license has been issued;

(d) furnishes or makes any false or misleading statements to the commissioner or his designee in order to obtain or retain the license;

(e) fails or refuses to submit reports or make records available when requested by the commissioner or his designee;

(f) refuses to admit the commissioner or his designee to the premises at any reasonable time as deemed necessary by him;

(g) fails to implement plans of correction approved by the department.

(Effective October 1, 1992)