Health Act 2007
Cancelling registration, varying conditions of registration or imposing new conditions, for cause.
51.— (1) At any time, the chief inspector, on one or more of the grounds specified in subsection (2) may—
( a) cancel the registration of a designated centre,
( b) vary or remove any condition of the registration of a designated centre, or
( c) attach an additional condition to the registration of a designated centre.
(2) The following are the grounds referred to in subsection (1):
( a) that the registered provider, or any other person who participates in the management of the designated centre has been convicted of one or more of the following:
(i) an offence under this Act;
(ii) an offence under an enactment cited by the chief inspector in accordance with section 50(1)(b)(iii) and noted in accordance with section 50(3) on the registered provider’s certificate of registration;
(iii) an offence under the Child Care Act 1991;
(iv) an offence against the person;
( b) that, in the opinion of the chief inspector, the registered provider or any other person who participates in the management of the centre is not a fit person to be the registered provider of the centre or to participate in its management;
( c) that the designated centre is being, or has at any time been, carried on otherwise than in accordance with—
(i) any requirements or conditions imposed by or under this Act, or
(ii) any other statutory provision which the chief inspector considers to be relevant.