Auction schools are prohibited from the following:
(A) Giving materially inaccurate or misleading information in an application for school approval or triennial renewal;
(B) Deliberately falsifying or misrepresenting information supplied to the commission or public;
(C) Failing to allow the commission or its designee to inspect the school or its records or failing to make available such information as required by this rule;
(D) Operating an auction school if an owner, principal, manger or agent of the auction school has within the preceeding ten years been convicted of a crime involving theft, fraud, or moral turpitude or a crime that has a direct bearing on the auction school's ability to conduct an auction course, including, but not limited to, violation of auction laws and abuse of fiduciary responsibilities;
(E) Violating Chapter 4707. of the Revised Code or the rules adopted under it;
(G) Failing to notify the commission within fifteen days of hiring a new instructor and providing evidence that the instructor complies with the qualifications of rule 901:8-3-06 of the Administrative Code.