Nebraska Revised Statute 45-742.01
Mortgage banker or mortgage loan originator license; emergency orders authorized; grounds; notice; emergency hearing; judicial review; director; additional proceedings.
(1) The director may enter an emergency order suspending, limiting, or restricting the license of any mortgage banker or mortgage loan originator without notice or hearing if it appears upon grounds satisfactory to the director that:
(a) The licensee has failed to file the report of condition as required by section 45-726;
(b) The licensee has failed to increase its surety bond to the amount required by subsection (2) of section 45-724;
(c) The licensee has failed to provide any report required by the director as a condition of issuing such person a mortgage banker or mortgage loan originator license;
(d) The licensee is in such financial condition that it cannot continue in business safely with its customers;
(e) The licensee has been indicted, charged with, or found guilty of any act involving fraud, deception, theft, or breach of trust;
(f) The licensee has had its license suspended or revoked in any state based upon any act involving fraud, deception, theft, or breach of trust; or
(g) The licensee has refused to permit an examination by the director of the licensee's books and affairs pursuant to subsection (1) or (2) of section 45-741 or has refused or failed to comply with subsection (5) of section 45-741.
(2) An emergency order issued under this section becomes effective when signed by the director. Upon entry of an emergency order, the director shall promptly notify the affected person that such order has been entered, the reasons for such order, and the right to request an emergency hearing.
(3) A party aggrieved by an emergency order issued by the director under this section may request an emergency hearing. The request for hearing shall be filed with the director within ten business days after the date of the emergency order.
(4) Upon receipt of a written request for emergency hearing, the director shall conduct an emergency hearing within ten business days after the date of receipt of the request for hearing unless the parties agree to a later date or a hearing officer sets a later date for good cause shown.
(5) A person aggrieved by an emergency order of the director may obtain judicial review of the order in the manner prescribed in the Administrative Procedure Act and the rules and regulations adopted and promulgated by the department.
(6) The director may obtain an order from the district court of Lancaster County for the enforcement of the emergency order.
(7) The director may vacate or modify an emergency order if he or she finds that the conditions which caused its entry have changed or that it is otherwise in the public interest to do so.
(8) If an emergency hearing has not been requested pursuant to subsection (3) of this section and the emergency order remains in effect sixty days after issuance, the director shall initiate proceedings pursuant to section 45-742 unless the license was surrendered or expired during the sixty-day time period after issuance of the emergency order.
(9) An emergency order issued under this section shall remain in effect until it is vacated, modified, or superseded by an order of the director, superseded by a voluntary consent or compliance agreement between the director and the licensee, or until it is terminated by a court order.
- Administrative Procedure Act, see section 84-920.