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Every license remains in force and effect until it is surrendered, revoked, or suspended as provided in this chapter. The department may reinstate, suspend licenses, or issue new licenses to a licensee whose license has been revoked if no fact or condition exists that clearly would have constituted ground for denial of the issuance of the license by the department.
Article 03. INSPECTIONS, EXAMINATIONS, RECORDS, AND REPORTS
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