DBPR Unlicensed Activity Prosecutions-Administrative
Individuals formally charged by the department with unlicensed activity through an administrative complaint have the right to have their case heard formally before an Administrative Law Judge with the Division of Administrative Hearings (DOAH). The outcome, including any fine, is imposed by the judge and are within unlicensed activity disciplinary guidelines outlined in Rule 61-5.007, Florida Administrative Code. Most cases result in Final Order resolutions without going to DOAH.
Below, are examples with a brief synopsis of cases that have gone before an Administrative Law Judge in which the department has prevailed.
Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Petitioner v.
|1. BRENDA CARPENTER and PHILLIP HENLEY, d/b/a B AND P ENTERPRISES OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, INC., Respondents,|
|2. ABRAHAM COWRIE D/B/A SUNSHINE HOMES, Respondent,|
|3. LANRE ADEYAN-JU R Respondent,|
|4. JEROME SMITH AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, INC., Respondent,|
|5. GEORGE TORRES, Respondent,|
|6. IVAN MCKINLEY, Respondent,|
|7. DEBI GOLD, d/b/a RENTAMAN CONSTRUCTION/REMODELING, Respondent,|
|8. CLIFFORD GRANDMONT, Respondent,|
|9. KEVIN DAVIDSON, d/b/a WISE AND DAVIDSON CONSTRUCTION, AND DAVIDSON CONTRACTING AND CONSTRUCTION, Respondent,|
|10.HARRY LEE WILSON, d/b/a WILSON CONSTRUCTION AND ROOFING, Respondent,|
|11. DOMENICK SPALLINA d/b/a NEW LOOK CONTRACTING, INC., Respondent,|
|12. DOUGLAS CLAIBORNE, d/b/a CLAIBORNE HOME IMPROVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE SERVICE, Respondent,|
|13. THOMAS JOSEPH PYCHE, Sr.d/b/a SUNDANCE HOME REMODELING, INC., Respondent,|
|14. DONALD CLARK, Respondent,|
|15. ANTHONY S. TAYLOR, Respondent,|
|16. EDWARD KOLBA, Respondent,|
|17. JERRY ANDERSON, d/b/a MR. FIXIT, Respondent,|
|18. MARK P. STANISH, Respondent,|