(a) If suspension or revocation of certificate of authority relates to grounds other than the financial condition of the association, the commissioner shall give the association written notice of his intention to so suspend or revoke not less than 10 days in advance of the effective date of the proposed order of suspension or revocation. The notice shall state the grounds of the commissioner's proposed action, together with such details as reasonably to inform the association thereof. Notice mailed to the association at its principal place of business last of record with the commissioner shall be deemed to have been given when so mailed. If within such 10-day period the association files with the commissioner its written request for a hearing with respect to the proposed suspension or revocation, setting forth the reasons why, in its opinion, the commissioner's proposed action is unlawful or should not be taken, the commissioner shall hold the hearing so requested, upon notice and under procedures as provided for in Chapter 2 of this title, and shall not effectuate the proposed suspension or revocation pending the hearing and his order made thereon.
(b) Following any such suspension or revocation, the commissioner may cause notice thereof to be published in one or more newspapers of general circulation in this state.
(c) Upon such suspension or revocation becoming effective, the commissioner shall likewise suspend or revoke the licenses of all agents of the association.