26Notice of proposalsE+W
(1)Subsections (2) and (3) apply where a person applies for registration as a service provider or manager in respect of a regulated activity.
(2)If the Commission proposes to grant the application subject to any condition which has not been agreed in writing between it and the applicant, other than a registered manager condition required by section 13(1), it must give the applicant notice in writing of its proposal and of the conditions subject to which it proposes to grant the application.
(3)The Commission must give the applicant notice in writing of a proposal to refuse the application.
(4)Except where it makes an application under section 30 or gives notice under section 31, the Commission must give any person registered as a service provider or manager in respect of a regulated activity notice in writing of a proposal—
(a)to cancel the registration (otherwise than by virtue of section 17(2) or in accordance with an application under section 19(1)(b)),
(b)to suspend the registration or extend a period of suspension,
(c)to vary or remove (otherwise than in accordance with an application under section 19(1)(a)) any condition for the time being in force in relation to the registration, or
(d)to impose in relation to the registration any additional condition.
[F1(4A)Where a proposal under subsection (4) names an individual and specifies action that the Commission would require the registered person to take in relation to that individual, the Commission must give that individual notice in writing of the proposal.]
(5)The Commission must give the applicant notice in writing of a proposal to refuse an application under section 19(1)(a), (b) or (c).
(6)A notice under this section must give the Commission's reasons for its proposal.
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