(a) A person who furnishes commodities or services to consumers for which a license is required from a department or a regulatory agency or a Board or Commission, without a license, commits a civil infraction and is subject to the penalty provided in subsection (b) of this section.
(b) A person who commits a civil infraction described in subsection (a) shall be fined not less than $500 nor more than $2,500 for each unlawful act or practice, which fine is to be collected in a civil suit initiated by the Bureau of Consumer Protection.
(c) A contract for the furnishing of commodities by unlicensed persons is void. A person may recover the price or reasonable value of commodities furnished under a void contract.History: 1982, PL 17-38 § 5.
Amendments: 1985 Subsection (a): deleted “and” from the end of subdivisions (i) through (6).
Subsection (b): deleted “and” from the end of subdivision (1).
Subsection (c): added.