Defending NJ 2C:52-27.1. Rescinding debarment of license for health care claims fraud.
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NJ Statute: 2C:52-27.1. Petition to rescind order of debarment for health care claims fraud; restoration.
a. If an order of expungement of records of conviction under the provisions of chapter 52 of Title 2C of the New Jersey Statutes is granted by the court to a person convicted of health care claims fraud in which the court had ordered the offender’s professional license or certificate be forfeited and the person be forever barred from the practice of the profession, occupation, trade, vocation or business pursuant to subsection a. of section 4 of P.L.1997, c.353 (C.2C:51-5), the person may petition the court for an order to rescind the court’s order of debarment if the person can demonstrate that the person is sufficiently rehabilitated.
b. If an order to rescind the court’s order of debarment is granted, the person granted the order may apply to be licensed or certified to practice the profession, occupation, trade, vocation or business from which the offender was barred.
L.1997, c.353,s.5; amended 2003, c.89, s.77.
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