The director may suspend or revoke a license issued under this chapter if he or she
determines that the licensee or his or her qualified manager, if an individual, or if the licensee is a person other than an individual,
that any of its officers, directors, partners, members, managers, or qualified manager, has committed any act in the course of the licensee's business constituting
dishonesty or fraud.
“Dishonesty or fraud” as used in this section, includes, in addition to other acts not specifically enumerated
(a) Knowingly making a false statement relating to evidence or information obtained
in the course of employment, or knowingly publishing a slander or a libel in the course
(b) Using illegal means in the collection or attempted collection of a debt or obligation.
(c) Manufacture of evidence.
(d) Acceptance of employment adverse to a client or former client relating to a matter
with respect to which the licensee has obtained confidential information by reason
of or in the course of his or her employment by the client or former client.
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