—(1) The Attorney-General may, by notice in writing to a Joint Law Venture or a Formal Law Alliance, cancel its registration under this Part if the Attorney-General is satisfied that there is sufficient reason for doing so.
(2) Without limiting the grounds for cancellation, the registration may be cancelled if —
the foreign law firm’s home registration authority cancels its registration as a result of criminal, civil or disciplinary proceedings;
the Joint Law Venture or the Formal Law Alliance fails to comply with any requirement of or imposed under this Part or any rules made thereunder;
the registration or authorisation of the foreign law firm by its home registration authority has lapsed;
the foreign law firm has been dissolved or is in liquidation;
the Joint Law Venture or the Formal Law Alliance fails to comply with any condition imposed on its registration under this Part;
the Joint Law Venture or the Formal Law Alliance has been dissolved and reconstituted without the approval of the Attorney-General; or
the Attorney-General is satisfied that it is in the public interest to do so.
(3) Registration may not be cancelled on any of the grounds specified in subsection (1) or (2) unless the Joint Law Venture or the Formal Law Alliance or the law firms constituting the Venture or Alliance, as the case may be, are given a reasonable opportunity to make written representations to the Attorney-General.