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36. (1) A participant must provide to the Authority on request any information which the participant holds and which the Authority requires in order to discharge its functions under these Regulations.
(2) Participants must retain the information referred to in Schedule 1, including such information as may reasonably be required by the Authority under paragraph 1(2)(e), (f), (h), (k), (n), (v) or (w) and whether or not copies of that documentation have been supplied to the Authority, for the duration of their participation in the scheme.
(3) Information requested under paragraph (1) must be provided within 7 days of the request or such later date as the Authority may specify.
(4) Information provided to the Authority under these Regulations must be accurate to the best of the participant’s knowledge and belief.
(5) Sub-paragraphs (3) and (4) of paragraph 1 of Schedule 1 have effect.
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