1. A certificate issued pursuant to this chapter must state the certificate holder's
name, address, personal identification number, the date of issuance and the date of
expiration, and must contain any other information the Commissioner considers necessary. The certificate must be made available by the certificate holder for public inspection
2. A certificate holder shall inform the Commissioner of all locations from which
he or she conducts business and of each change of business or residence address, in
writing or by other means acceptable to the Commissioner, within 30 days after the
date on which the change takes place. If a certificate holder changes his or her business or residence address without
giving written notice and the Commissioner is unable to locate the certificate holder
after diligent effort, the Commissioner may revoke the certificate without a hearing. The mailing of a letter by certified mail, return receipt requested, addressed to
the certificate holder at his or her last mailing address appearing on the records
of the Division, and the return of the letter undelivered, constitutes a diligent
effort by the Commissioner.
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