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75M.—(1) Where the Executive intends to submit a registration scheme for the approval of the Department, the Executive shall publish notice of its intention at least one month before the scheme is submitted.
(2) As soon as the scheme is approved by the Department, the Executive shall publish a notice stating—
(a)that a registration scheme has been approved by the Department, and
(b)the date on which the scheme is to come into operation.
(3) A notice under paragraph (1) of the Executive's intention to submit a scheme for approval shall—
(a)describe any steps which will have to be taken under the scheme by those concerned with registrable houses (other than steps which have only to be taken after a notice from the Executive), and
(b)specify a place where a copy of the scheme may be seen at all reasonable hours.
(4) After publication of a notice under paragraph (2) that a registration scheme has been approved by the Department, and for as long as the scheme is in operation, the Executive—
(a)shall keep a copy of the scheme, and of the register, available for public inspection at such of the Executive's offices as the Executive considers appropriate free of charge at all reasonable hours, and
(b)on request, and on payment of such reasonable fee as the Executive may require, shall supply a copy of the scheme or the register, or of any entry in the register, to any person.
(5) If the Executive revokes a registration scheme it shall publish notice of the revocation.
(6) In this Article “publish” means publish in two or more newspapers circulating in Northern Ireland or in the parts of Northern Ireland to which the registration scheme applies.
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