27 Determination of applications.E+W+S+N.I.
(b)invite the applicant to submit to the [F1OFT] representations in support of his application in accordance with section 34.
(2)If the [F1OFT] grants the application in terms different from those applied for then, whether or not the applicant appeals, the [F1OFT] shall issue the licence in the terms approved by [F4it] unless the applicant by notice informs [F4it] that he does not desire a licence in those terms.
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