The secretary shall, before denying an application for, revoking or suspending a license,
or imposing any fine or issuing a reprimand to the licensee, and at least ten days
prior to the date set for the hearing, notify in writing the applicant, or licensee
of any charges made and shall afford said applicant or licensee an opportunity to
be heard in person or by counsel in reference thereto. Such written notice may be served by delivery thereof personally to the applicant
or licensee, or by certified mail to the last known business address of such licensee,
or in the case of an applicant to the business address indicated on the application
for license. The hearing on such charges shall be at such time and place as the secretary shall
prescribe. The secretary, acting by such officer or person as he may designate, shall have
the power to suspend a license pending a hearing and to subpoena and bring before
the officer or person so designated any person, firm or corporation in this state,
and administer an oath to and take testimony of any person or cause his deposition
to be taken. A subpoena issued under this section shall be regulated by the civil practice law
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