Nebraska Revised Statute 71-1943

Chapter 71 Section 1943


Deny, refuse renewal of, or take disciplinary action against license; department; notice; contents; hearing.

(1) Except as provided in section 71-1938, if the department determines to deny, refuse renewal of, or take disciplinary action against a license, the department shall send to the applicant or licensee, by certified mail to the last-known address shown on the records of the department, a notice setting forth the determination, the particular reasons for the determination, including a specific description of the nature of the violation and the statute, rule, or regulation violated, and the type of disciplinary action which is pending. The denial, refusal to renew, or disciplinary action shall become final fifteen days after the mailing of the notice unless the applicant or licensee, within such fifteen-day period, makes a written request for a hearing under section 71-1944.

(2) A copy of the notice in subsection (1) of this section shall also be mailed to the holder of the license if the holder is not actually involved in the daily operation of the residential child-caring agency or child-placing agency. If the holder of the license is a corporation, a copy of the notice shall be sent to the corporation's registered agent.