(1) If the chief executive proposes to refuse to register an applicant, the chief executive must give the applicant—
(a) a written notice that clearly informs the applicant of the grounds proposed for refusal; and
(b) a reasonable opportunity to make written submissions.
(2) If the chief executive finally determines to refuse to register the applicant, the chief executive must, as soon as practicable, give the applicant written notice of—
(a) the decision and the reason for it; and
(b) the applicant’s right to seek a review of the decision under section 325.
Compare: 1999 No 93 s 56