Grounds for denial or revocation of license
The State Fish and Wildlife Commission may refuse to issue or renew a license to operate an outdoor club, or may revoke a license that has been previously issued if the commission finds:
(1) Failure by the outdoor club or person advertising the sale of membership in the outdoor club to comply with the provisions of ORS 498.400 (Definitions for ORS 498.400 to 498.464) to 498.464 (Commission authority to restrain violations of outdoor club laws) and 498.993 (Penalty for violation of outdoor club laws) or any rule promulgated pursuant thereto;
(2) That the promotional plan for the sale of outdoor club membership is false, deceptive or misleading, or that the promotional plan for the sale of membership is not in conformity with the plan submitted with the license application and approved by the commission;
(3) That any land upon which it has been represented that outdoor club activities are to be conducted is unsuitable for the purposes for which represented;
(4) That any obligation, guaranty or warranty to members of the club by the outdoor club that was included in the promotional plan for the sale of membership or in the contract or other documents relating to membership is not being fulfilled or that adequate financial arrangements to secure performance of such obligations, guaranties or warranties has not been made; or
(5) That the proposed outdoor club activities would have adverse effect upon existing wildlife populations or habitat or upon wildlife-oriented recreation. [1973 c.749 §10]
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