(i) the authorisation of payment institutions, and
(ii) the transparency of the conditions, the terms, the rights and obligations governing payment services
(d) the investigation of complaints submitted by payment services users or by other interested parties, as well as dispute resolution concerning the rights and obligations stemming from these Laws, and
(e) the revocation or the suspension of the authorisation of a payment institution if it has been ascertained that it obtained its authorisation through false representations, or other irregular means. Moreover, the Central Bank of Cyprus has the power to impose administrative penalties on payment institutions, if it has been ascertained that they contravened any of the provisions of the relevant legal framework.
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