Communications Regulation (Postal Services) Act 2011
Suspension or withdrawal of authorisation.
41.— (1) Where the Commission considers that there is or has been serious or repeated non-compliance by a postal service provider with the conditions imposed on it under section 39 the Commission may decide, having considered any representations made to it, to suspend or withdraw its authorisation.
(2) Where the Commission proposes to suspend or withdraw an authorisation, the Commission shall notify the postal service provider in writing of the proposal and the reasons therefor and shall specify in the notice the period (which in any case shall not be less than 28 days) within which the postal service provider may make representations, in such form and manner as the Commission specifies in the notice.
(3) Where the Commission, having considered the representations (if any) made by or on behalf of the postal service provider in accordance with subsection (2) , decides to suspend or withdraw the authorisation, the Commission shall notify the postal service provider in writing of the decision.