50. The board may, when the public interest so requires, refuse to issue, renew, suspend or revoke a licence.
It may refuse to issue or renew the licence if it considers that the use of the licence is likely to disturb public tranquility.
It may suspend or revoke a licence if
(1) the licence was obtained following false representations;
(2) the holder no longer fulfils the conditions for obtaining the licence;
(3) the holder uses the licence in such a way that public tranquility is disturbed;
(4) the holder refuses or neglects to comply with a request or an order of the board.
It may, in addition, when the holder of a licence refuses or neglects to comply with this Act, the regulations or the rules, suspend or revoke his licence or require, for its maintenance or revalidation, that he fulfil the conditions it may require as to the exercise of the privileges conferred by that licence.
1978, c. 36, s. 50; 1993, c. 71, s. 33.