(1) A decision of the Director-General under section 62, other than a decision to take no further action, has no effect until notice of the decision is served or taken to be served on the holder of the authority who is the subject of the decision, or a later time allowed by the Director-General.(2) If the Director-General suspends or cancels an authority under section 62, the suspension or cancellation takes effect on and from a day determined by the Director-General and notified, by notice in writing, to the holder of the authority.(3) A person disqualified under section 62 must not, while disqualified:(a) hold an authority, or(b) do any work for which this Act requires an authority to be held.
Maximum penalty: 1,000 penalty units in the case of a corporation and 200 penalty units in any other case.(4) A person is not prohibited by subsection (3) from doing anything done under the supervision of a person appointed under section 47A.(5) If the Director-General suspends or cancels an authority held by a person, or disqualifies a person from holding an authority, under section 62, the Director-General may refuse to issue or renew any authority affected by the decision to the person during the period between the making of the decision and the serving of notice on the person.(6) The regulations may make provision regarding when a document is taken to have been served.