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7.—(1) In the cases specified in paragraph (2);
(a)section 6(2) of the 1985 Act, where it applies, shall have effect as if for the reference in section 6(2)(b) to the period of notice there were substituted a reference to such period as the traffic commissioner may determine; and
(b)section 6(8) of the 1985 Act where it applies, shall have effect as if for the reference in section 6(8)(a) to the date on which the period mentioned in that paragraph is to expire there were substituted a reference to such date as the traffic commissioner may determine.
(2) The cases referred to in paragraph (1) are as follows:
(a)where an operator applies to register or vary a registration with respect to a service or part of a service which will be substantially similar to and replace a service or part of a service which that operator or another operator has ceased or is ceasing to operate;
(b)where an operator applies to vary or cancel the registration of a service which is either not available to members of the general public or not regularly used by them;
(c)where an operator applies to vary or cancel the registration of a service in response to representations from a person authorised by either a traffic authority or a chief officer of police on a matter concerning road traffic regulation or road safety;
(d)where an operator applies to register particulars of a new service, or vary the registration to augment an existing service, in order to provide the new or augmented service for a period not exceeding 21 days, in connection with a specified event or occasion which will cause an additional demand for a service;
(e)where an operator applies to vary the registration so as to vary or suspend a service during a period not exceeding 14 days in response to holidays taken by a substantial proportion of the population in that locality;
(f)where an operator, due to circumstances which the operator could not reasonably have foreseen, failed to make an application in sufficient time for the period of notice applicable apart from this sub-paragraph to operate;
(g)where an operator applies to register or vary a registration with respect to a service or part of a service in order to meet an urgent and exceptional public passenger transport requirement.
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