Article 63 - Injunctions

(1) If the Regulatory Authority is satisfied that a Person:
(A) will contravene a Relevant Requirement; or
(B) has contravened a Relevant Requirement and there is a reasonable likelihood that the contravention will continue or be repeated,
the Regulatory Authority may apply to the Tribunal for an order restraining such contravention.
(2) If the Regulatory Authority is satisfied that:
(A) a Person has contravened a Relevant Requirement; and
(B) there are steps which could be taken to remedy the contravention,
the Regulatory Authority may apply to the Tribunal for an order requiring the Person to take such steps as it may direct to remedy the contravention.
(3) If the Regulatory Authority is satisfied that a Person may have:
(A) contravened a Relevant Requirement; or
(B) been knowingly concerned in the contravention of a Relevant Requirement,
the Regulatory Authority may apply to the Tribunal for an order restraining the Person from disposing of, or otherwise dealing with, any of its assets.