(a) the holder of a permit:
(i) fails to pay fees or royalties required to be paid under the permit;
(ii) is found guilty of an offence against this Act or that otherwise relates to wildlife;
(iii) has paid a sum in pursuance of a notice of infringement issued under this Act; or
(iv) is in breach of any other term or condition of the permit;
(b) a nominee under a permit:
(i) is found guilty of an offence against this Act or that otherwise relates to wildlife; or
(ii) is in breach of a term or condition of the permit;
(c) information becomes available that indicates a new threat to, or any other new circumstance in relation to, the survival of wildlife, habitats, vegetation, ecosystems, the landscape or the environment generally (whether or not that will or has caused the classification of the wildlife to be varied) to which the permit relates; or
(d) the holder of a permit requests in writing that the permit be cancelled,
the Director may, by notice in writing served on the holder of a permit, cancel a permit.
(2) The cancellation of a permit takes effect on the date of cancellation specified in the notice.
(3) A person whose permit is cancelled under subsection (1)(a) is not eligible to apply for and be granted a permit until the expiry of 5 years after the date of the notice of cancellation.