N.M. Stat. § 26-2C-8

Current through 2024, ch. 4
Section 26-2C-8 - Licensees; disciplinary actions; sanctions; civil penalty
A. A violation of the provisions of the Cannabis Regulation Act by a licensee is grounds for disciplinary action.
B. The division may:
(1) impose an intermediate sanction established by rule;
(2) impose a directed plan of correction;
(3) assess a civil monetary penalty established by rule; provided that a civil monetary penalty shall not exceed ten thousand dollars ($10,000) per violation; and provided further that penalties and interest recovered pursuant to the Cannabis Regulation Act on behalf of the state shall be remitted to the state treasurer for deposit in the current school fund; or
(4) suspend or revoke the license.
C. The division shall promulgate rules specifying the criteria for imposition of sanctions and civil monetary penalties.
D. The provisions of this section do not apply to occupational health and safety rules promulgated pursuant to Section 3 [26-2C-3 NMSA 1978] of the Cannabis Regulation Act.
E. A person aggrieved by an action taken by the division pursuant to this section may request and receive a hearing with the superintendent for the purpose of reviewing the action in accordance with the Uniform Licensing Act [Chapter 61, Article 1 NMSA 1978].

NMS § 26-2C-8

Laws 2021 (1st S.S.), ch. 4, § 8.