New York Agriculture & Markets Law
Notice of Violation
In any case where the department, after consultation between the division responsible for kosher law enforcement and counsel, determines a violation has occurred of any of the provisions of section two hundred one-a, two hundred one-b, or two hundred one-c of this article, it shall notify such person in writing, by regular mail, of the violations alleged, the grounds therefor, and the penalty assessed. After such person has been so notified, such information shall be available to the public, without charge, and shall include as a minimum the following:
1. the name and business address of the alleged violator;
2. the date of inspection of the premises by the department;
3. the violation that is alleged to have occurred; and
4. the amount of the penalty which has been assessed by the department.