—(1) The Minister may serve a written notice of objection on any person referred to in section 11 or 12 if the Minister is satisfied that —
any condition of approval imposed on the person under section 13(2) has not been complied with;
the person ceases to be a fit and proper person;
having regard to the person’s likely influence, the newspaper company is no longer likely to conduct its business prudently or to comply with the provisions of this Act;
(2) Before the service of a written notice of objection, the Minister shall, unless he decides that it is not practicable or desirable to do so, cause to be given to the person concerned notice in writing of his intention to serve the written notice of objection, specifying a date by which the person may make written representations with regard to the proposed written notice of objection.
(3) Upon receipt of the written representations of any person referred to in subsection (2), the Minister shall consider the written representations for the purpose of determining whether to issue a written notice of objection.
(4) The Minister shall, in any written notice of objection, specify a reasonable period within which the person to be served the written notice of objection shall —
(5) Any person served with a written notice of objection under this section shall comply with the notice.