(1) The Board may order the cancellation of a person's registration, practising licence, or provisional licence if it is satisfied that he or she—
(a) obtained registration or obtained the licence by making a false or misleading representation or declaration (whether oral or written); or
(b) was not entitled to be registered or issued with the licence.
(2) The Board may not act under subsection (1) unless it has first—
(a) informed the person concerned why it may act under that subsection; and
(b) given that person a reasonable opportunity to make written submissions and be heard on the question, either personally or by his or her representative.
(3) The Registrar must ensure that a copy of the order made under this section is given to the person concerned.
(4) An order made under this section takes effect from the day on which a copy of the order is given to the person concerned or from any date that is specified in the order, whichever is the later.
Section 112: substituted, on 1 April 2010, by section 13 of the Electricity Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 70).