(a) A licensee whose license has been revoked shall conspicuously display a notice on the exterior of the licensee’s premises indicating that the license has been revoked. The notice shall remain continuously on the licensed premises for at least 15 calendar days. (b) The notice shall be two feet in length and 14 inches in width. The notice shall read: NOTICE OF REVOCATION The Bureau of Cannabis Control License(s) Issued For This Premises Has Been Revoked For Violation of State Law (c) Advertising or posting signs to the effect that the premises have been closed or that business has been suspended for any reason other than the reason provided in the decision revoking the license shall be deemed a violation of this section. (d) If the Bureau revokes a license at a licensed premises that has one or more licenses at the location that will remain active after the revocation, the revocation notice shall remain posted for a period of at least 15 calendar days. (e) Failure to display for the time required in this section shall be a violation of this section and may result in additional disciplinary action. (f) A licensee shall notify the Bureau within 24 hours of discovering that the notice under subsection (b) of this section has been removed or damaged to an extent that makes the notice illegible. Authority: Section 26013, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Sections 26011.5 and 26012, Business and Professions Code.