Hawaii Administrative Rules
Title 16 - DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS
Chapter 114 - REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS
Subchapter 6 - PROCESSING APPLICATIONS
Section 16-114-40 - Denial or rejection of application

Universal Citation: HI Admin Rules 16-114-40

Current through February, 2024

(a) An application for issuance of a license or certificate shall be denied when an application is insufficient or incomplete or when an applicant has failed to provide satisfactory proof that the applicant meets the requirements under subchapter 4 and this subchapter. In addition, the director may deny issuance of a license or certificate:

(1) When the applicant is known to have committed any of the acts under section 16-114-106; or

(2) If the applicant has had disciplinary action taken by any jurisdiction, including any federal or state regulatory body.

(b) An application shall be automatically rejected and the applicant shall be denied licensure or certification when the applicant, after having been notified to do so:

(1) Fails to pay the appropriate fees within sixty days from notification; or

(2) Fails to submit any of the information or documentation requested to comply with any of the requirements for licensure or certification within sixty days from notification.

(c) Any application which has been denied or rejected shall remain in the possession of the director and shall not be returned.

(d) An applicant, whose application has been denied or rejected, may file for an administrative hearing pursuant to chapter 91, HRS.

The amended version of this section by Hawaii Administrative Rules Listing of Filings, 2016-01, November, eff. 11/27/2016 is not yet available.

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