1. The Commissioner may suspend, revoke or deny renewal of a provider's registration
(a) A fact or condition exists that, if it had existed when the registrant applied
for registration as a provider, would have been a reason for denying registration;
(b) The provider has committed a material violation of this chapter or a rule or order
of the Commissioner under this chapter;
(c) The provider is insolvent;
(d) The provider or an employee or affiliate of the provider has refused to permit
the Commissioner to make an examination authorized by this chapter, failed to comply
with paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS 676A.730 within 15 days after request, or made a material misrepresentation or omission in
complying with paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS 676A.730; or
(e) The provider has not responded within a reasonable time and in an appropriate
manner to communications from the Commissioner.
2. If a provider does not comply with subsection 6 of NRS 676A.570 or if the Commissioner otherwise finds that the public health or safety or general
welfare requires emergency action, the Commissioner may order a summary suspension
of the provider's registration, effective on the date specified in the order.
3. If the Commissioner suspends, revokes or denies renewal of the registration of
a provider, the Commissioner may seek a court order authorizing seizure of any or
all of the money in a trust account required by NRS 676A.570, books, records, accounts and other property of the provider which are located in
4. If the Commissioner suspends or revokes a provider's registration, the provider
may appeal and request a hearing pursuant to NRS 233B.121 to 233B.150, inclusive.
5. As used in this section, “insolvent” means:
(a) Having generally ceased to pay debts in the ordinary course of business other
than as a result of good faith dispute;
(b) Being unable to pay debts as they become due; or
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