The Treasurer shall have the power to revoke all licenses issued under this article. A license shall be revoked immediately upon conviction of the holder thereof, duly had in a court of competent jurisdiction, of the violation of the laws of the State, this Code or other ordinances of the City relative to the installation, repair, cleaning, alteration or addition to air-moving equipment systems. A license issued pursuant to this article may also be revoked when the Treasurer finds that the licensee is guilty of fraudulent use of his license or of incompetency in the exercise of the privileges of the license, of fraud or misrepresentations, in securing the license or permits granted pursuant to the Building Code of the City, or refusal to conform his work to the requirements of law or of such other branches of duty by licensee as the Treasurer may regard contrary to the intent and purpose of this article. The decision of the Treasurer shall be final and no licensee whose license has been revoked shall be granted a new license until the expiration of six months after the revocation and after successful examination and payment of all fees as in the original instance. A revocation of license shall not entitle a licensee to a refund of any part of the license fee which he may have paid.
(1970 Code Sec. 14-18)