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(a)refuses the person's application for authorisation,
(b)grants the person authorisation on terms or subject to conditions,
(c)imposes conditions on the person's authorisation,
(d)suspends the person's authorisation, or
(e)cancels the person's authorisation.
(2)The Regulator may refer to the Tribunal (with or without findings of fact or recommendations)—
(a)a complaint about the professional conduct of an authorised person, or
(b)the question whether an authorised person has complied with a rule of professional conduct.
(3)On a reference or appeal under this section the Tribunal—
(a)may take any decision on an application for authorisation that the Regulator could have taken;
(b)may impose or remove conditions on a person's authorisation;
(c)may suspend a person's authorisation;
(d)may cancel a person's authorisation;
(e)may remit a matter to the Regulator;
(f)may not award costs.
[F2(3A)In the case of appeals under subsection (1), Tribunal Procedure Rules—
(a)shall include provision for the suspension of decisions of the Regulator while an appeal could be brought or is pending;
(b)shall include provision about the making of interim orders;
(c)shall enable the Tribunal to suspend or further suspend (wholly or partly) the effect of a decision of the Regulator;
(d)shall permit the Regulator to apply for the termination of the suspension of a decision made by the Regulator.]
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