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(505 ILCS 80/16)
(from Ch. 5, par. 55.16)
Cancellation, suspension, or refusal of registrations and licenses.
The Director may refuse to register a fertilizer or cancel or suspend a fertilizer registration, custom blend, or fertilizer license if:
(1) the composition of the fertilizer does not
warrant the claims made by the registrant;
(2) the fertilizer does not comply with the
provisions of this Act or its rules;
(3) the labeling or other materials required for
registration do not comply with the provisions of this Act or its rules;
(4) the registrant used fraudulent or deceptive
practices to secure registration;
(5) it is determined that a fertilizer poses a risk
of unreasonable adverse effects to man or the environment under the provisions of this Act or its rules; or
(6) the registrant does not comply with the
provisions of this Act or its rules.
(Source: P.A. 97-960, eff. 8-15-12.)