(a) The State Fire Marshal may deny a license to any applicant who fails to comply with the rules established by the state Fire Marshal, or who lacks the necessary qualifications.
(b) The State Fire Marshal may upon complaint or upon his or her own inquiry and, after notice to the licensee, suspend or revoke a licensee's license if:
(1) The license was granted upon an application or documents supporting such application which materially misstated the terms of the applicant's qualifications or experience;
(2) The licensee subscribed or vouched for a material misstatement by an applicant;
(3) The licensee incompetently or unsafely performs electrical work;
(4) The licensee violated any statute of the State of West Virginia, any rule lawfully promulgated by an agency of the State of West Virginia or any ordinance of any municipality or county of the State of West Virginia which protects the consumer or public against unfair, unsafe, unlawful or improper business practices; or
(5) The licensee fails to comply with any rule of the state Fire Marshal promulgated to fulfill his responsibilities under this article.
(c) Any person aggrieved by an order or decision of the state Fire Marshal under this article is entitled to judicial review as provided by section eighteen, article three of this chapter and by chapter twenty-nine-a of this code.