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Tertiary Education and Research (Wales) Act 2022

Section 42:  De-registration: procedure

131.This section establishes the process the Commission must follow when removing a provider from the register or a category of the register under section 41.

132.The Commission must notify the governing body of a registered provider of its intention to de-register the provider and its reasons for doing so. Providers will have a specified period to make representations to the Commission about the proposal. The Commission must have regard to any representations made during the specified period before deciding whether or not to remove the provider from the register or from a category of the register.

133.If the Commission decides to proceed with the de-registration decision, then the governing body of the provider may request a review (see section 45) of that decision by the decision reviewer (see section 79). Any notice of a decision by the Commission to de-register a provider must be accompanied with information as to the right of review.

134.A de-registration under section 41 cannot take effect while a review of the decision could be requested or is being undertaken, unless the provider notifies the Commission that it does not intend to apply for a review.

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