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The Commission shall suspend, revoke or deny a license upon the occurrence of any of the following:

A. Notification by the NIGC, or by any other reliable source, that the licensee is not eligible for a license under this chapter;

B. Notification by the State Gaming Agency that it intends to deny an application for a determination of suitability or a renewal of determination of suitability;

C. The Commission has probable cause to believe that the licensee has, by act or omission, violated provisions of the Compact, this chapter, the Tribe’s gaming regulations, any condition of a conditional gaming license, or any other federal, state or tribal laws or regulations;

D. The Commission has reason to believe that the continued licensing of a person constitutes an immediate threat to the public health, safety or welfare;

E. The Commission has reason to believe that the licensee is involved in any theft, misappropriation, misuse or abuse of Tribal assets;

F. The licensee engages in any conduct that brings discredit or embarrassment to the Tribe’s gaming operations or the Tribe, or interferes with the normal operation of the Tribe’s gaming facilities;

G. The licensee fails to disclose any required information on any state or Tribal gaming license application;

H. The licensee fails to respond to a request from the Commission within 14 days of the date of the initial request; or

I. The licensee’s employment with the Tribe’s gaming operations is terminated, voluntarily or involuntarily. [Amended 4/12/04; Ord. 08-03 Art. IX § 19, approved 11/8/03.]