(1) The Secretary may notify an approved provider in writing if the Secretary:
(a) reasonably suspects that the approved provider, or a person acting on the approved provider's behalf, gave false or misleading information in an appraisal or reappraisal connected with a classification reviewed under subsection 29-1(3); and
(b) changes the classification under section 29-1.
Note: See also sections 25-4 (suspending approved providers from making appraisals and reappraisals) and 27-3 (reappraisal required by Secretary).
(2) The Secretary may also notify an approved provider in writing if:
(a) the approved provider makes 2 or more of any of the following:
(i) an appraisal under section 25-3;
(ii) a reappraisal under section 27-4; and
(b) the Secretary changes 2 or more classifications under section 29-1 because the Secretary is satisfied that the appraisals or reappraisals were incorrect or inaccurate; and
(c) the Secretary is satisfied that the changes, taken together, are significant (see section 29A-3).
(3) A notice under this section must:
(a) specify the classification or classifications the Secretary changed; and
(b) include a statement that the Secretary suspects the matter mentioned in paragraph (1)(a), or is satisfied of the matter mentioned in paragraph (2)(c), and the Secretary's reasons for this; and
(c) include a statement of the effect of section 29A-2.