(a) Whenever the Commissioner determines that a device or equipment is subject to
the provisions of this Article, and that the operation of such device or equipment
is exposing the public to an unsafe condition likely to result in serious personal
injury or property damage, he may immediately order in writing that the use of the
device or equipment be stopped or limited until such time as he determines that the
device or equipment has been made safe for use by the public.
(b) Whenever the Commissioner determines that the provisions of this Article or the
rules and regulations promulgated thereunder have not been complied with, he may refuse
to issue or renew or may revoke, suspend or amend a certificate of operation.
(c) Any action taken under this section by the Commissioner shall be final, unless
within 15 days after receipt of notice thereof by certified mail with return receipt,
by signature confirmation as provided by the U.S. Postal Service, by a designated
delivery service authorized pursuant to 26 U.S.C. § 7502(f)(2) with delivery receipt, or via hand delivery, the person against whom such action
was taken takes exception to the determination, in which event the final determination
of the action shall be made in an administrative proceeding and in a judicial proceeding
pursuant to Chapter 150B of the General Statutes, the Administrative Procedure Act.
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