—(1) Subject to this regulation, a person whose legal aid certificate is cancelled shall, from the date that the certificate is cancelled, cease to be an aided person in the proceedings to which the certificate relates.
(2) Upon receipt by him of a notice of cancellation of a legal aid certificate by the Director or the court, the retainer of any solicitor, if any, acting for the aided person to proceedings to which the certificate relates shall forthwith determine.
(3) Upon determination of proceedings under this regulation —
the costs of the proceedings, to which the certificate relates, incurred by or on behalf of the person to whom it was issued, shall, as soon as practicable thereafter, be taxed or, as the case may be, assessed in accordance with these Regulations; and
the Fund shall remain liable for the payment of any costs so taxed or assessed.
(4) Where a legal aid certificate has been cancelled, section 9 of the Act shall apply to any property recovered or preserved as a result of the person, whose certificate has been cancelled, continuing to be a party to the proceedings to which the cancelled certificate relates.
(5) Where a legal aid certificate has been cancelled, the person to whom the certificate was issued shall remain liable for the payment of his maximum contribution, if any, as determined by the Director up to the amount paid or payable by the Director under paragraph (3)(b), and where he continues to take, defend or be a party to the proceedings to which the certificate relates —