9. The DFSA powers to waive or modify the Law

(1) The DFSA may where it considers it appropriate or desirable in the interests of the DIFC to do so:
(a) on the application of a person; or
(b) with the consent of a person;
by means of a written notice provide that one or more provisions of this Law either:
(c) shall not apply in relation to such person; or
(d) shall apply to such person with such modifications as are set out in the written notice.
(2) A written notice may be given subject to conditions.
(3) A person to whom a condition specified in a written notice applies shall comply with the condition.
(4) The DFSA shall take such steps as necessary to bring the notice referred to in Article 9(1) to the attention of:
(a) those likely to be affected by it; and
(b) others who may be likely to become subject to a similar notice.
(5) The DFSA may:
(a) on its own initiative or on the application of the person to whom it applies, withdraw a written notice issued pursuant to Article 9(1); or
(b) on the application of, or with the consent of, the person to whom that notice applies, vary such a written notice.
(6) The DFSA maymake Rules in connection with the provision of a written notice under this Article, including Rules prescribing procedures for the making of applications and providing of consents.