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(a) The Director of Community Development is authorized and empowered to revoke, modify, or suspend a general contractor license pursuant to the provisions of this chapter for any of the following acts or omissions of the holder of any such general contractor license: fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation of any facts in obtaining a general contractor license; obtaining a contract for work authorized under any such license by fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation of facts; negligence or incompetence in the practice of contracting or the performance of any work; willful or fraudulent material departure from the plans or specifications prescribed for any work undertaken by a general contractor licensee; violation of or disregard for any provision of law or ordinance or rule or regulation; non-compliance resulting in injury or damage to any person or to the public; or giving false information on an application for a permit; or being listed as a non-compliant person ineligible to receive building permits by the Clark County Department of Building Regulations.
(Ord. 04-133. Passed 4-20-04.)
(b) The Director of Community Development is authorized and empowered to revoke a specialty contractor registration pursuant to the provisions of this chapter for any of the following reasons:
(1) The specialty contractor no longer holds a valid and unexpired license issued pursuant to Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revised Code, or
(2) The specialty contractor no longer has in effect the insurance described in Subsection 1327.09(b)(3), or
(3) The specialty contractor no longer has in effect the workers compensation coverage described in Subsection 1327.09(b)(4), or
(4) The specialty contractor no longer has in effect the bond described in Subsection 1327.09(b)(6), or any combination of the foregoing items (1) through (4).
(c) No such general contractor license or specialty contractor registration shall be revoked without at least fifteen (15) days advance written notice by the Director of Community Development to the general contractor licensee or specialty contractor to such effect and without affording to such general contractor licensee or specialty contractor the opportunity to appeal to the Board of Building Appeals by submitting the appeal in writing and stating the reason for the appeal. Appeals must be filed with the Secretary of the Board of Building Appeals within ten (10) days after receipt of notice of revocation.
(Ord. 01-237. Passed 6-26-01.)