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) Applying for approval or operating an auction school if an owner, principal, manger or agent has 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, within ten years of application for approval;
(E) Violating Chapter 4707. of the Revised Code or the rules adopted under it;
(F) Failing to notify the commission within fifteen days of the termination of the relationship with an instructor for failing to meet rule 901:8-3-06 of the Administrative Code, or for falling within one of the prohibitions found in this rule; and
(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.