A Master licence may be suspended if there are grounds to cancel a licence. You will receive a written notice notifying you of the suspension and have 14 business days to provide written reasons why your licence should not be cancelled.

A licence may be cancelled if:

  • you fail to provide information or records as directed by an authorised officer
  • an adverse security determination is made in relation to your licence
  • you have breached the legislation or conditions imposed on your licence.

The cancellation of a licence takes effect when the notice is served, or from a later date as specified in the notice.