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5(1)Prescribing the form and content of applications for water use licences.
(2)Specifying restrictions or other requirements in connection with applications for, or the grant of, licences.
(3)Otherwise regulating the procedure to be followed in connection with applications for licences and the determination of applications.
(4)Enabling licence applications to be treated as notifications in specified circumstances.
(5)Prescribing the contents of licences.
(6)Authorising licences to be granted subject to conditions imposed by regulators.
(7)Enabling the granting of licences authorising the carrying on of more than one controlled activity.
(8)Securing that licences have effect subject to specified conditions.
(9)Requiring licences or the conditions to which they are subject to be reviewed by regulators (whether periodically or in specified circumstances).
(10)Authorising or requiring the variation of licences or such conditions by regulators (whether on applications made by holders of licences or otherwise).
(11)Regulating the transfer and surrender of licences.
(12)Authorising the suspension of licences by regulators.
(13)Authorising the revocation of licences by regulators.
(14)Authorising the imposition by regulators of requirements with respect to the taking of preventive or remedial action (by holders of licences or other persons) in connection with the surrender and revocation of licences.
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