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RPP 6-5-14

In some cases, the relevant provisions expressly require Affected Persons to be given a right of representation following the making of a decision without being given prior representation rights. The right arises when the decision involves:

(a) imposing conditions and restrictions or additional conditions and restrictions, or varying or withdrawing conditions and restrictions imposed on a Licence of an Authorised Person (see Article 49); or
(b) imposing conditions and restrictions or additional conditions and restrictions, or varying or withdrawing conditions and restrictions on Authorised Individual status (see Article 57),

and the DFSA concluded that any delay would be prejudicial to the interests of the DIFC. The Decision Maker will allow the Person the opportunity to make representations within fourteen days (or such longer period as may be agreed) from the date of the decision.54


54 Articles 49(5) and 57(5) of the Regulatory Law 2004.

Derived from Notice of Updates (Made 20th December 2012). December 2012 Edition