This legislation has been repealed.
(1) Subject to this
regulation, the Chief Executive Officer may cancel, suspend for a fixed period
or refuse to renew a licence on the grounds that —
holder has been convicted of an offence against the Act, these regulations or
the repealed regulations or any other offence that relates to the collection,
storage or disposal of liquid waste;
fee that the holder is or has been required to pay under these regulations is
Chief Executive Officer is of the opinion that there has been a breach of a
condition to which the licence is subject; or
licence was obtained by fraud or misrepresentation.
(1a) If the holder of
a licence has been charged with an offence under the Act relating to the
disposal of liquid waste or an offence under these regulations, the Chief
Executive Officer may suspend the licence until the charge in respect of the
offence has been finally dealt with or determined according to law.
(2) Unless otherwise
provided in these regulations, if the Chief Executive Officer proposes to
cancel, suspend or refuse to renew a licence, the Chief Executive Officer is
to give to the holder of the licence written notice of the proposal and the
reasons for the proposal.
(3) A notice given
under subregulation (2) is to state that within 14 days after the
notice is given, the person to whom it is given may make written
representations to the Chief Executive Officer concerning the matter, and the
Chief Executive Officer is not to determine the matter without considering any
representations received within that period of 14 days.
(4) If the Chief
Executive Officer cancels, suspends, or refuses to renew, a licence the Chief
Executive Officer is to give to the holder of the licence written notice of
the cancellation, suspension or refusal to renew.
[Regulation 10 amended in Gazette
2 Sep 1997 p. 4968; 30 Mar 2001 p. 1818-19.]