(1) The Authority may, on its own motion or on the application of any person or body, do any of the following in relation to an approval--(a) amend the approval so that it applies to different courses,(b) revoke or amend any condition of the approval,(c) impose additional conditions on the approval,(d) suspend or cancel the approval.
(2) The suspension of an approval may be lifted at any time by the Authority. Before lifting the suspension, the Authority may require the payment of a fee determined by the Authority.
(3) The Authority may not suspend or cancel an approval except on one or more of the following grounds--(a) the approved provider concerned requests the suspension or cancellation,(b) the approved provider is no longer providing courses for overseas students,(c) the approved provider has ceased to exist,(d) the approved provider has contravened the Commonwealth Act, the national code (within the meaning of that Act) or a regulation under that Act,(e) the Authority has reasonable grounds to believe that one or more of the relevant Commonwealth criteria are not met,(f) the approved provider has contravened this Part or a condition of the provider's approval.
(4) In this section,
"relevant Commonwealth criteria" , in relation to an approval, means the criteria that the Authority (in its role as a designated authority within the meaning of the Commonwealth Act) would be required to certify as having been met if the Authority were to recommend afresh that the provider concerned be registered as a provider under the Commonwealth Act.