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7(1)Where the circumstances mentioned in section 2(1) exist with respect to a person to whom this Part of this Schedule applies, sub-paragraph (2) applies instead of section 2(2).E+W+S
(2)The court must send to the Secretary of State—
(a)a notice containing the particulars required to endorsed on the counterpart of the person’s licence in accordance with the order referred to in section 2(1)(d);
(b)on their production to the court, the person’s licence and its counterpart; and
(c)on its production to the court, the person’s test certificate.
(a)the circumstances mentioned in section 2(3) exist with respect to a person to whom this Part of this Schedule applies, and
(b)the fixed penalty clerk has received the person’s test certificate in accordance with paragraph 3(4),
sub-paragraph (4) applies instead of section 2(4).
(4)The fixed penalty clerk—
(a)may not return the person’s licence and its counterpart under section 57(3) or (4) or 77(1) of the M1Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988; but
(b)must send them and the person’s test certificate to the Secretary of State.
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