The process for cancellation of a licence other than under section 27(1)(e) or by determination of the Tribunal under section 51 is as follows:
the Registrar must give the licensee written notice of his or her intention to cancel the licence; and
the notice must—
contain or be accompanied by a statement of the Registrar’s reasons for the cancellation; and
state that the licensee has 10 working days within which to make written representations to the Registrar as to why the licence should not be cancelled; and
if any written representations are made by the licensee within the 10-working day period referred to in paragraph (b)(ii), the Registrar must take those representations into account in deciding whether or not to cancel the licence; and
the Registrar must then decide whether or not to cancel the licence, and notify the licensee accordingly, as soon as practicable.
If the Registrar decides to cancel the licence,—
he or she must include in the notice under subsection (1)(d) the grounds for the decision and the date on which the cancellation takes effect; and
he or she must also specify in the notice the right of the person to appeal to the Tribunal under section 55.