The commissioner may suspend, revoke, or impose limitations or conditions on a responsible individual or licensee if the responsible individual or licensee:
violates a provision of this chapter or Minnesota Statutes, chapter 103I;
obtains a license or certification through error, fraud, or cheating;
provides false or fraudulent information on renewal forms, sealing reports, or other required reports;
knowingly aids or allows an unlicensed person to engage in activities requiring a license under Minnesota Statutes, section 103I.601;
engages in conduct, in the course of performing work requiring licensure, that is likely to harm the public or demonstrates a willful or careless disregard for the health or safety of a property owner or other person; or
has been convicted during the previous five years of a felony or gross misdemeanor reasonably related to the business of exploratory boring.
A suspended or revoked license or certification must be returned to the commissioner when the license or certification is revoked or suspended.
MS s 103I.101
28 SR 147
September 15, 2003