POSTAL AND COURIER SERVICES REGULATORY COMMISSION ACT - 2003 (ACT 649)

    Section - 20 - Power to Modify Licence.

    (1) The Commission may, subject to this Act and Regulations made under it, modify a licence if it considers that the modification is required in the public interest.

    (2) No modification shall be made unless the Commission has given at least sixty working days notice in writing to the licensee

    (a) stating that the Commission proposes to make modifications; and

    (b) setting out the consequences of the modification.

    (3) The Commission shall in all cases consider any representations or objections that are made to it before the modifications are made.

    (4) A notice under subsection (2) shall be given by publication in the Gazette or in the national media and by sending a copy of the notice to the licensee.

    (5) The Commission may compensate the licensee for any expense incurred or damage caused as a result of a modification to a licence made under subsection (1).