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New York Consolidated Laws, Labor Law - LAB § 937. Civil penalties and revocation

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1. The commissioner may, after a notice and hearing, suspend or revoke any license, or censure, fine, or impose probationary or other restrictions on any licensee for good cause shown which shall include, but not be limited to the following:

(a) conviction of a felony relating to the performance of a mold assessment or mold remediation;

(b) deceit or misrepresentation in obtaining a license authorized under this article;

(c) providing false testimony or documents to the commissioner in relation to a license authorized by this article or any other license issued by the commissioner;

(d) deceiving or defrauding the public in relation to services provided for a fee that require a license;  or

(e) incompetence or gross negligence in relation to mold assessment or mold remediation.

2. Violators of any of the provisions of this article may be fined by the commissioner in an amount not to exceed two thousand dollars for the initial violation and up to ten thousand dollars for each subsequent violation.

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