[F14(1)Subject to sub-paragraph (2) below, the Secretary of State may by written notice withdraw an approval if at any time during the continuance of the approval–E+W+S
(a)he is of the opinion that if the approval had expired at that time he would have been minded not to grant a further approval;
(b)it appears to him on reasonable grounds that the verifier is, or has been, in breach of any condition contained in the approval; or
(c)any fee due to the Secretary of State by virtue of a requirement made by him under paragraph 1 above has not been paid.
(2)Except where the Secretary of State considers in the circumstances of any particular case that it is necessary for him to withdraw an approval without delay, he shall not withdraw an approval unless he has given the verifier at least 28 days written notice of his intention to do so and of the grounds for withdrawal.
(3)Where the Secretary of State withdraws an approval without giving the notice required by sub-paragraph (2) above, he shall, at or before the time when the withdrawal takes effect, give the verifier written notice of the grounds for withdrawal and of his reasons for considering it necessary to withdraw the approval without delay.
(4)Where a verifier receives notice under sub-paragraph (2) or (3) above, he may within 21 days of receipt of the notice make representations in writing to the Secretary of State.
(5)The Secretary of State shall consider any representations so made and, having done so, shall notify the verifier of his decision.]
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