N.Y. Cannabis Law Section 101
Granting, suspending or revoking licenses


After due notice and an opportunity to be heard, established by rules and regulations, the board may decline to grant a new license, impose conditions or limits with respect to the grant of a license, modify an existing license or decline to renew a license, and may suspend or revoke a license already granted after due notice and an opportunity to be heard, as established by rules and regulations, whenever the board finds that:

1.

A material statement contained in an application is or was false or misleading;

2.

The applicant or licensee, or a person in a position of management and control thereof or of the licensed activity, does not have good moral character, necessary experience or competency, adequate facilities, equipment, process controls, or security to process, distribute, transport or sell cannabinoid hemp, hemp extract or products derived therefrom;

3.

After appropriate notice and opportunity, the applicant or licensee has failed or refused to produce any records or provide any information required by this article or the regulations promulgated pursuant thereto;

4.

The licensee has conducted activities outside of those activities permitted on its license; or

5.

The applicant or licensee, or any officer, director, partner, or any other person exercising any position of management or control thereof or of the licensed activity has willfully failed to comply with any of the provisions of this article or regulations under it and other laws of this state applicable to the licensed activity.

Source: Section 101 — Granting, suspending or revoking licenses, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/CAN/101 (updated Apr. 9, 2021; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

Accessed:
Jun. 15, 2024

Last modified:
Apr. 9, 2021

§ 101’s source at nysenate​.gov

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