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(215 ILCS 5/513a7)
(from Ch. 73, par. 1065.60a7)
License suspension; revocation or denial.
(a) Any license issued under this Article may be suspended, revoked, or
denied if the Director finds that the licensee or applicant:
(1) has wilfully violated any provisions of this Code
or the rules and regulations thereunder;
(2) has intentionally made a material misstatement in
the application for a license;
(3) has obtained or attempted to obtain a license
through misrepresentation or fraud;
(4) has misappropriated or converted to his own use
or improperly withheld monies;
(5) has used fraudulent, coercive, or dishonest
practices or has demonstrated incompetence, untrustworthiness, or financial irresponsibility;
(6) has been, within the past 3 years, convicted of a
felony, unless the individual demonstrates to the Director sufficient rehabilitation to warrant public trust;
(7) has failed to appear without reasonable cause or
excuse in response to a subpoena issued by the Director;
(8) has had a license suspended, revoked, or denied
in any other state on grounds similar to those stated in this Section; or
(9) has failed to report a felony conviction as
required by Section 513a6.
(b) Suspension, revocation, or denial of a license under this Section
shall be by written order sent to the licensee or applicant by certified or
registered mail at the address specified in the records of the Department.
The licensee or applicant may in writing request a hearing within 30 days
from the date of mailing. If no written request is made the order shall be
final upon the expiration of that 30 day period.
(c) If the licensee or applicant requests a hearing under this Section,
the Director shall issue a written notice of hearing sent to the licensee
or applicant by certified or registered mail at his address, as specified
in the records of the Department, and stating:
(1) the grounds, charges, or conduct that justifies
suspension, revocation, or denial under this Section;
(2) the specific time for the hearing, which may not
be fewer than 20 nor more than 30 days after the mailing of the notice of hearing; and
(3) a specific place for the hearing, which may be
either in the City of Springfield or in the county where the licensee's principal place of business is located.
(d) Upon the suspension or revocation of a license, the licensee or
other person having possession or custody of the license shall promptly
deliver it to the Director in person or by mail. The Director shall
publish all suspensions and revocations after they become final in a manner
designed to notify interested insurance companies and other persons.
(e) Any person whose license is revoked or denied under this Section
shall be ineligible to apply for any license for 2 years. A suspension
under this Section may be for a period of up to 2 years.
(f) In addition to or instead of a denial, suspension, or revocation of
a license under this Section, the licensee may be subjected to a civil
penalty of up to $2,000 for each cause for denial, suspension,
revocation. The penalty is enforceable under subsection (5) of Section
403A of this Code.
(Source: P.A. 93-32, eff. 7-1-03.)