(1) The chief executive may decide to take administrative action in relation to an authority on a ground mentioned in section 96 (1) without giving the holder of the authority a show cause notice.
(2) However, subsection (1) applies only if the chief executive considers it is reasonably necessary to take the administrative action immediately because there is an urgent need to prevent a serious health risk to any person, including to the holder.
(3) If the chief executive decides to take administrative action to suspend an authority indefinitely or change the conditions of an authority, the chief executive must also decide the review day for the administrative action.
(4) The chief executive must give the holder an information notice for a decision under subsection (1) or (3) .
(5) The administrative action takes effect on the day stated in the information notice.
(6) The day stated in the information notice under subsection (5) must not be earlier than the day the notice is given to the holder.