(A) The Coun­ty shall revoke a license if a cause of sus­pen­sion in Sec­tion 7–1‑9 occurs and the license has been sus­pend­ed with­in the pre­ced­ing twelve (12) months.

(B) The Coun­ty shall revoke a license if it deter­mines that:

  1. A licensee gave false or mis­lead­ing infor­ma­tion in the mate­r­i­al sub­mit­ted dur­ing the appli­ca­tion process;
  2. A licensee has know­ing­ly allowed pos­ses­sion, use, or sale of con­trolled sub­stances on the premises;
  3. A licensee has know­ing­ly allowed pros­ti­tu­tion on the premises;
  4. A licensee know­ing­ly oper­at­ed the sex­u­al­ly ori­ent­ed busi­ness dur­ing a peri­od of time when the licensee’s license was suspended;
  5. Except in the case of an adult motel, a licensee has know­ing­ly allowed any act of sex­u­al inter­course, sodomy, oral cop­u­la­tion, mas­tur­ba­tion, or oth­er sex act to occur in or on the licensed premis­es; or
  6. A licensee is delin­quent in pay­ment to the Coun­ty or State for ay tax­es or fees past due.

(C) When the Coun­ty revokes a license, the revo­ca­tion shall con­tin­ue for one (1) year, and the licensee shall not be issued a sex­u­al­ly ori­ent­ed busi­ness license for one (1) year from the date the revo­ca­tion became effec­tive.  If, sub­se­quent to revo­ca­tion, the Coun­ty finds that the basis for the revo­ca­tion has been cor­rect­ed or abat­ed, the appli­cant may be grant­ed a license if at least nine­ty (90) days have elapsed since the date the revo­ca­tion became effective.

(D) After denial of an appli­ca­tion, or denial of a renew­al of an appli­ca­tion, or sus­pen­sion or revo­ca­tion of any license, the appli­cant or licensee may seek prompt judi­cial review of such admin­is­tra­tive action in any court of com­pe­tent juris­dic­tion.  The admin­is­tra­tive action shall be prompt­ly reviewed by the court.