79-3309. Suspension or revocation of license
(a) Whenever the director has reason to believe that any person licensed under this act has violated any of the provisions of this act, the director shall notify the person by certified mail of the director's intention to suspend or revoke the person's license or licenses[.] Within 10 days after the mailing of the notice, the person may request a hearing in writing before the director. The hearing shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Kansas administrative procedure act. If, after such hearing, it appears to the satisfaction of the director that the person has violated any of the provisions of this act, the director is hereby authorized and empowered to suspend or revoke the person's license or licenses and may in addition deny the application of the person for a license or licenses for a portion of the succeeding calendar year for such period as the director determines is necessary but in no case for a period ending more than one year following the date upon which the license or licenses were suspended or revoked. The suspension or revocation of a vending machine operator's master license shall suspend or revoke all vending machine permits issued to the vending machine operator for the term of the license suspension or revocation.
(b) If a person continues to engage in activities requiring a license under this act after having notice or knowledge of the suspension or revocation of the person's license or licenses or after becoming more than 10 days delinquent in the payment of any tax, penalty or interest imposed pursuant to this act, the state shall be entitled, in any proceedings brought for such purposes, to have an order and judgment restraining and enjoining such unlawful sale and no bond shall be required for the issuance of any such restraining order or injunction.