NON-LOCAL HIGHER AND PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (REGULATION) ORDINANCE
L.N. 566 of 1997
Coming into effect of cancellation
(1) A cancellation under section 14 shall not come into effect-
(a) where no appeal is made in relation to it under section 15, until the period during which such an appeal may be made has expired; or
(b) where such an appeal is made, pending determination of the appeal by the Appeal Board or, in case such appeal is withdrawn, before such withdrawal.
(2) Where the Registrar cancels the registration of a registered course, in order to afford an opportunity to enable-
(a) the requirement of or under this Ordinance or the condition imposed under this Ordinance which caused him to cancel the registration to be complied with or fulfilled in relation to the course; or
(b) the operator of the course to make necessary arrangement so that the course becomes an exempted course,
he may defer the coming into effect of the cancellation and, if so, shall give a notice in writing of the deferment of the cancellation to the operator of the course.
(3) The Registrar shall-
(a) publish a notice of the coming into effect of a cancellation under section 14-
(i) in English in at least one newspaper in the English language circulating daily in Hong Kong; and
(ii) in Chinese in at least 2 newspapers in the Chinese language circulating daily in Hong Kong;
(b) (except where the registration is cancelled on the ground referred to in section 14(1)(g)) give a notice in writing of the coming into effect of the cancellation to-
(i) the designated person of the relevant course requiring him to cause a copy of the notice to be sent to each student of the course; and
(ii) the operator of that course.
(4) Where the ground on which the registration is cancelled has ceased to exist at any time before the coming into effect of the cancellation, the Registrar shall by notice in writing to the operator of the relevant registered course withdraw the cancellation.
(5) Where a cancellation under section 14 is withdrawn under subsection (4), the Registrar shall-
(a) publish a notice of the withdrawal in all newspapers in which a notice was published under section 14(2)(b) or (c) in respect of the cancellation of the registration of the course; and
(b) give a notice of the withdrawal in writing to the designated person of the relevant registered course requiring him to cause a copy of the notice to be sent to each student of the course.