At least they let you know: a permit to carry is a privilege, not a right !
So if you don't get a permit, is it a right then? lol
If someone steals your car or firearm from your car, I do not see this as a reason for pulling a permit.
Revocation.--A license to carry firearms may be revoked by the issuing authority for good cause. A license to carry firearms shall be revoked by the issuing authority for any reason stated in subsection (e)(1) which occurs during the term of the permit. Notice of revocation shall be in writing and shall state the specific reason for revocation. Notice shall be sent by certified mail to the individual whose license is revoked, and, at that time, notice shall also be provided to the Pennsylvania State Police by electronic means, including e-mail or facsimile transmission, that the license is no longer valid. An individual whose license is revoked shall surrender the license to the issuing authority within five days of receipt of the notice. An individual whose license is revoked may appeal to the court of common pleas for the judicial district in which the individual resides. An individual who violates this section commits a summary offense http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/...tn=9&subsctn=0
Question is .. having a firearm stolen is "good cause" for revocation I guess.
I would think that you should be able to leave a gun on your hood and expect people to follow the law and not steal it...but the law is crazy when it comes down to guns
here's a case ^^ does not define "good cause" past a generalized idea. You can zip over and see the "how cited" cases and read...
^^ this one shows that the revocation processes for restoring the permit is an admin review by a court. ...noting: On appeal, Caba is entitled to challenge the Sheriff's factual findings. In the context of administrative law, courts review fact finding by the local agency to determine whether substantial evidence in the record supports the finding, not for an abuse of discretion.