9203. Decisions of a District Council 

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    1. A District Council may delegate its authority to make decisions under Rule 9200 to a Registration Subcommittee of at least three industry members of the District Council or, except for its authority under section 9205 and subsection 9207(2), to Registration Staff

    2. Notice of a decision of a District Council must be given to an applicant or other person who is its subject. 

    3. A District Council must not: 

      1. refuse an application

      2. impose terms and conditions on an approval, or 

      3. suspend or revoke an approval, 

    4. unless the applicant or Approved Person has been given an opportunity to be heard. 

    5. Written reasons must be provided with notice of a decision that: 

      1. refuses an application

      2. imposes terms and conditions on an approval, or 

      3. suspends or revokes an approval. 

    6. A decision is effective on the date on which notice of the decision is provided to the parties, unless:

      1. the decision provides otherwise, in which case the decision is effective on the date so provided, or 

      2. unless the decision is stayed under subsection 9209(4) or by a hearing panel.

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