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31Cancellation of registrationW

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(1)The Welsh Ministers must cancel the registration of a person registered under this Part if it appears to them that the person has become disqualified from registration under section 38.

(2)The Welsh Ministers may cancel the registration of a person registered under this Part if it appears to them that any of the following apply—

(a)the requirements for registration that apply in relation to the person's registration under section 25 or 27 have ceased, or will cease, to be satisfied;

(b)the person has failed to comply with a condition imposed on that person's registration under this Part;

(c)the person has failed to comply with a requirement imposed on that person by regulations under this Part;

(d)the person has failed to pay a prescribed fee.

(3)Where a requirement to make any changes or additions to any services, equipment or premises has been imposed on a person registered under this Part, that person's registration may not be cancelled on the ground of any defect or insufficiency in the services, equipment or premises if—

(a)the time set for complying with the requirement has not expired, and

(b)it is shown that the defect or insufficiency is due to the changes or additions not having been made.

(4)A cancellation under this section must be in writing.

(5)The Welsh Ministers may prescribe other circumstances in which the registration of a person registered under this Part may be cancelled.

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I1S. 31 in force at 1.4.2011 by S.I. 2010/2582, art. 2, Sch. 1 (with Schs. 2, 3)

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