A Registrar may issue a Notice of Cancellation of Registration where:
- the provider has been wound up
- the provider has applied for cancellation, or
- the Registrar has issued a Notice of Intent to Cancel Registration and the provider has not, within the time specified in the notice, satisfied the registrar that its registration should not be cancelled.
A Registrar must record on the public National Register:
- a copy of any Notice of Intent to Cancel Registration
- whether a provider’s registration has been cancelled, and details of any cancellation, including a copy of any Notice of Cancellation issued.
Providers can appeal to the appeal tribunal in their primary jurisdiction in relation to key enforcement decisions of a Registrar, including the decision to deregister.