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8.—(1) If the Scottish Ministers amend, suspend or revoke the approval of a disinfectant or refuse to renew an approval, the manufacturer, and any supplier who becomes aware of the fact, must take all reasonable steps to notify every person in the United Kingdom to whom the manufacturer or supplier has supplied the disinfectant in the previous 6 months of that fact.
(2) Such notification must be given within one month of the manufacturer or supplier becoming aware of the amendment, suspension or revocation of the approval, or the refusal to renew the approval.
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