The Registrar must cancel a licence if he or she is satisfied that—
the licensee is prohibited by section 12(6) or 15 from holding a licence; or
the licence was granted on the basis of any false or fraudulent representation or declaration, made either orally or in writing; or
the application for the licence or its renewal was accompanied by payment of an application fee that has subsequently been dishonoured; or
the payment of the immigration adviser’s levy has subsequently been dishonoured; or
the person has died.
A licence is cancelled if the Tribunal has determined to impose on the licensee the sanction of cancellation of the licence in accordance with section 51(1)(d).