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Chapter 681-7 PROCEDURAL RULES

Rule 681-7-.01 Procedural Rules

(1) The State Board of Registration of Used Motor Vehicle Dealers and Used Motor Vehicle Parts Dealers, on behalf of the Used Motor Vehicle Division, hereby adopts by reference as part of its permanent Rules 295-3 through 295-13, and any future amendments thereto, Rules and Regulations of the Office of Joint Secretary, State Examining Boards, relating to procedures for hearings before the several State Examining Boards.
(2) In accordance with O.C.G.A. Subsection 10-1-395(f), where the Administrator of the Fair Business Practices Act of 1975 has certified to the Secretary of State that a licensee is operating intentionally, persistently, and notoriously in a manner contrary to the Fair Business Practices Act 1975, the Division shall initiate disciplinary proceedings.