(1) The process for cancellation of a licence, other than by determination of the Tribunal under section 110 or at the request of the licensee under section 54(b), is as follows:
(a) the Registrar must give the licensee written notice of the Registrar’s intention to cancel the licence; and
(b) the notice must—
(i) contain or be accompanied by a statement of the Registrar’s reasons for the cancellation; and
(ii) 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
(c) if any written representations are made by the licensee in accordance with paragraph (b)(ii), the Registrar must take those representations into account when deciding whether to cancel the licence; and
(d) the Registrar must then decide whether to cancel the licence and notify the licensee of the Registrar’s decision as soon as practicable.
(2) If the Registrar decides to cancel the licence, the Registrar must—
(a) include in the notice referred to in subsection (1)(d) the grounds for the decision and the date on which the cancellation takes effect; and
(b) specify in the notice that the licensee has a right of appeal to the Tribunal under section 112; and
(c) record the cancellation on the register as soon as practicable.