Alabama Code Title 2. Agriculture § 2-29-5
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The commissioner may refuse to grant or may revoke any permit, as the case may be, upon any one or more of the following grounds:
(1) That a final judgment for the recovery of money has been entered against the applicant or permittee because of any failure to account for or pay over the proceeds of any farm products consigned to such applicant or permittee, which judgment stands unsatisfied after return of execution;
(2) That fraudulent or fictitious charges have been made by the applicant or permittee for the handling, sale or storage of or for any service in connection with the handling, sale or storage of any farm products consigned to the applicant or permittee for sale;
(3) That the applicant or permittee has willfully failed or refused to render an account of sale or to make settlement thereon within the time or in the manner by this chapter required;
(4) That the applicant or permittee, with intent to defraud, has made any material false statement as to the condition, grade, quality or quantity of farm products received for sale on commission;
(5) That the applicant or permittee, with intent to defraud, has made to any consignor any false statement as to the condition of the market for any farm products;
(6) That the permittee was guilty of fraud in the procurement of a permit; or
(7) That the permittee has failed or refused to make a new bond required by the commissioner under the provisions of this chapter.
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