If the applicant or certification holder failed to comply with a law or rule, the commissioner may issue a correction order. The correction order must state:
(1) the condition that constitutes a violation of the law or rule;
(2) the specific law or rule violated; and
(3) the time allowed to correct each violation.
(a) If the applicant or certification holder believes that the commissioner's correction order is erroneous, the applicant or certification holder may ask the commissioner to reconsider the part of the correction order that is allegedly erroneous. A request for reconsideration must be made in writing, postmarked, and sent to the commissioner within 20 calendar days after the applicant or certification holder received the correction order, and must:
(1) specify the part of the correction order that is allegedly erroneous;
(2) explain why the specified part is erroneous; and
(3) include documentation to support the allegation of error.
(b) A request for reconsideration does not stay any provision or requirement of the correction order. The commissioner's disposition of a request for reconsideration is final and not subject to appeal.
(a) If the commissioner finds that the applicant or certification holder failed to correct the violation specified in the correction order, the commissioner may decertify the license-exempt center pursuant to section 245H.07.
(b) Nothing in this section prohibits the commissioner from decertifying a center according to section 245H.07.