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4(1)The Board may revoke a certificate—
(a)if they are no longer of the opinion that the holder of the certificate is likely to be capable of, or diligent in, securing the matters mentioned in paragraph 2 above ; or
(b)if it appears to them that any information given to them by or on behalf of the applicant in or in connection with the application for the certificate was false in a material particular.
(2)Where the Board determine to revoke a certificate they shall serve a notice on the person to whom it relates stating that the certificate is revoked as from the end of the period of twenty-one days from the date of service of the notice ; and the revocation shall take effect at the end of that period.
(3)Section 47 of the principal Act (service of documents) shall apply to any notice under this paragraph.
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