|Rule No.||Rule Title|
|2092.6||Suspension of Occupational License|
|Rule Text||(a) The Board of Stewards may suspend the occupational license of any natural person if, after a preliminary hearing, it determines there is probable cause to believe that such natural person has committed acts of fraud in connection with exchange wagering or any other action or inaction which threatens the integrity or fairness of any exchange wagering.
(b) Such suspension of license shall be for a period of time designated by the Board of Stewards, unless otherwise determined by the Board, provided that any such suspension under this section shall be limited to ten days and, if probable cause that a violation has occurred has been found, a hearing under Business and Professions Code section 19461 to determine whether a licensee has committed a violation of the rules must be held before any further discipline may be imposed.
(c) The licensee may make an appeal to the Board by complying with the provisions of Rule 1761 of this division.
NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 19420, 19440, 19460, 19461, 19590 and 19604.5, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Sections 19461, 19593 and 19604.5, Business and Professions Code.
1. New rule filed 8-6-13; effective 8-6-13.