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(1)Provision may be made by regulations for requiring that, in the event of the abandonment of a mine F1. . ., the owner of the mine F1. . . shall, within the prescribed period, send to the inspector for the district—
(a)all such plans, drawings and sections relating to tips associated with the mine F1. . . as were required to be kept by virtue of section 6 above; and
(b)such other information as may be prescribed with respect to the nature and quantity of the refuse deposited on, and any other prescribed matters relating to, any tip associated with the mine F1. . ..
(2)Subject to subsection (3) below, plans, drawings, sections and other information sent to an inspector in pursuance of subsection (1) above shall be preserved by [F2the Health and Safety Executive] or by some other person under arrangements made or approved by [F2the Health and Safety Executive].
(3)Where, at the time at which the working of a mine F1. . . is resumed, any plans, drawings, sections or other information relating to a tip associated, or formerly associated, with the mine F1. . . are, by virtue of subsection (2) above, preserved by [F2the Health and Safety Executive] or by some other person (not being the owner of the mine F1. . .), the owner shall, on giving not less than fourteen days’ notice to the person by whom they are preserved and (where that person is not [F2the Health and Safety Executive] to [F2the Health and Safety Executive], be entitled to have the plans, drawings, sections and other information delivered to him.
(4)If required to do so before the expiry of a notice given by him under subsection (3) above, the owner of a mine F1. . .shall afford to [F2the Health and Safety Executive] a reasonable opportunity of making copies of the whole, or such part as [F2the Health and Safety Executive] thinks fit, of any plans, drawings, sections and other information to which the notice relates.
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