Registrar’s Proposals

The Registrar has the authority to refuse, refuse to renew, revoke, suspend or apply mandatory conditions to a registration.

In such situations, the Registrar prepares a proposal and notifies the applicant/registrant of that proposal. The registrant/applicant has 15 days from notice of proposal being served to file an appeal to the Licence Appeal Tribunal, whose decisions can be found on CanLII. Information about proposals which have been disposed of are included in this section. The registrant search function will provide the public with an indication of a proposal which has been issued, but has not yet been closed.

Registrar’s Proposals

Revocations Related to Non-Payment of Insurance

The revocations below relate to registrants who failed to make the required insurance renewal payment, and therefore breached a condition of registration under REBBA 2002. All other matters appear under “Disposition of Registrar’s Proposals”.

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