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(1)The council may refuse to grant or renew a registration on any of the following grounds:—
(a)the applicant could be reasonably regarded as not being a fit and proper person to hold a registration;
(b)the applicant has received insufficient training;
(c)the applicant has made a material statement which he knew to be false in a material particular in connection with his application;
(d)the applicant has failed to comply with the requirements of subsection (4) or (6) of section 9 (Applications under Part 3) of this Act;
(e)any other reasonable cause.
(2)The council shall not refuse to grant or renew a registration without giving the applicant an opportunity to appear before the committee, sub-committee or officer determining the matter.
(3)Where the council refuse to grant or renew a registration, they shall if required to do so by the applicant give the applicant a statement in writing of the reasons for their decision within 7 days of the applicant requiring them to do so.
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