§ 63.2-1707. Issuance or refusal of license; notification; provisional and conditional licenses
Upon completion of his investigation, the Commissioner shall issue an appropriate license to the applicant if (i) the applicant has made adequate provision for such activities, services and facilities as are reasonably conducive to the welfare of the residents, participants or children over whom he may have custody or control; (ii) the applicant has submitted satisfactory documentation of financial responsibility such as, but not limited to, a letter of credit, a certified financial statement, or similar documents; (iii) he is, or the officers and agents of the applicant if it is an association, partnership, limited liability company or corporation are, of good character and reputation; and (iv) the applicant and agents comply with the provisions of this subtitle. Otherwise, the license shall be denied. Immediately upon taking final action, the Commissioner shall notify the applicant of such action.
Upon completion of the investigation for the renewal of a license, the Commissioner may issue a provisional license to any applicant if the applicant is temporarily unable to comply with all of the licensure requirements. The provisional license may be renewed, but the issuance of a provisional license and any renewals thereof shall be for no longer a period than six successive months. A copy of the provisional license shall be prominently displayed by the provider at each public entrance of the subject facility and shall be printed in a clear and legible size and style. In addition, the facility shall be required to prominently display next to the posted provisional license a notice that a description of specific violations of licensing standards to be corrected and the deadline for completion of such corrections is available for inspection at the facility and on the facility's website, if applicable.
At the discretion of the Commissioner, a conditional license may be issued to an applicant to operate a new facility in order to permit the applicant to demonstrate compliance with licensure requirements. Such conditional license may be renewed, but the issuance of a conditional license and any renewals thereof shall be for no longer a period than six successive months.
(Code 1950, §§ 63-224.1, 63-236, 63-238; 1954, c. 259; 1968, c. 578, §§ 63.1-178, 63.1-199, 63.1-201; 1981, c. 222; 1985, c. 360; 1987, cc. 130, 692; 1988, c. 199; 1992, cc. 356, 666, § 63.1-194.8; 1993, cc. 730, 742; 1996, c. 747; 1998, cc. 551, 581, 1999, c. 740; 2002, c. 747; 2005, cc. 610, 924.)Sections: Previous 63.2-1700 63.2-1701 63.2-1702 63.2-1703 63.2-1704 63.2-1705 63.2-1706 63.2-1707 63.2-1708 63.2-1709 63.2-1709.1 63.2-1709.2 63.2-1710 63.2-1711 63.2-1712 Next
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