Nebraska Revised Statute 76-1726
Commission; notice of suspension; conditions; cease and desist order; revocation order.
(1) The commission, after notice and hearing, may issue a notice of suspension if any of the following conditions exist:
(a) Any representation in any document or information filed with the commission is false or misleading;
(b) Any developer or agent of the developer has engaged or is engaging in any unlawful act or practice;
(c) Any developer or agent of the developer has disseminated or caused to be disseminated orally or in writing any false or misleading promotional materials in connection with a time-share program;
(d) Any developer or agent of the developer has concealed, diverted, or disposed of any funds or assets of any person in a manner impairing rights of purchasers of time-share intervals in the time-share program;
(e) Any developer or agent of the developer has failed to perform any stipulation or agreement made to induce the commission to issue an order relating to the time-share program; or
(f) Any developer or agent of the developer has otherwise violated any provision of the Nebraska Time-Share Act or the commission's rules and regulations or orders.
(2) The commission may issue a cease and desist order if the developer has not registered the time-share program as required by the act.
(3) The commission, after notice and hearing, may issue an order revoking the registration of a time-share program upon determination that a developer or agent of the developer has failed to comply with a notice of suspension issued by the commission affecting the time-share program.
- Laws 1980, LB 945, § 26;
- Laws 2001, LB 68, § 13.