51. Publication

(1) In the case of a warning notice, neither the Registrar nor a person to whom it is given or copied may publish the notice or any details concerning it.
(2) A person to whom a decision notice is given or copied may not publish the notice or any details concerning it unless the Registrar has published the notice or those details.
(3) A notice of discontinuance must state that, if the person to whom the notice is given consents, the Registrar may publish such information as it considers appropriate about the matter to which the discontinued proceedings related.
(4) A copy of a notice of discontinuance must be accompanied by a statement that, if the person to whom the notice is copied consents, the Registrar may publish such information as it considers appropriate about the matter to which the discontinued proceedings related, so far as relevant to that person.
(5) The Registrar must publish such information about the matter to which a decision notice or final notice relates as it considers appropriate.
(6) When a supervisory notice takes effect, the Registrar must publish such information about the matter to which the notice relates as it considers appropriate.
(7) The Registrar may not publish information under this section if, in its opinion, publication of the information would be —
(a) unfair to the person with respect to whom the action was taken (or was proposed to be taken);
(b) detrimental to the interests of participants of the Abu Dhabi Global Market; or
(c) detrimental to the interests of the Abu Dhabi Global Market.
(8) Information is to be published under this section in such manner as the Registrar considers appropriate.
(9) For the purposes of determining when a supervisory notice takes effect, a matter to which the notice relates is open to review if —
(a) the period during which any person may refer the matter to the court is still running;
(b) the matter has been referred to the court but has not been dealt with;
(c) the matter has been referred to the court and dealt with but the period during which an appeal may be brought against the court's decision is still running; or
(d) such an appeal has been brought but has not been determined.
(10) "Notice of discontinuance" means a notice given under section 49.
(11) "Supervisory notice" has the same meaning as in section 54.
(12) A person, other than the Registrar, who contravenes subsections (1) or (2) shall be liable to a fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard fines scale.