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(2)The Chief Inspector shall not enrol any person in the list unless, having regard to any conditions that he proposes to impose under section 7(5)(c) (as it applies in accordance with sub-paragraph (4) below), it appears to him that that person—
(a)is a fit and proper person for carrying out an inspection, and
(b)will be capable of assisting in an inspection competently and effectively.
(3)An application for enrolment in the list shall (except in such circumstances as may be prescribed) be accompanied by the prescribed fee.
(4)Subsections (5) to (9) of section 7 shall apply in relation to the enrolment of a person in the list and to acting as a member of an inspection team as they apply in relation to the registration of a person under subsection (1) or (2) of that section and to acting as a registered inspector.
(5)Sections 8 and 9 and Schedule 2 shall (with any necessary modifications) apply in relation to enrolment in the list and to a person so enrolled as they apply in relation to registration under section 7(1) or (2) and to a person so registered.
(6)In its application to an enrolled person in accordance with sub-paragraph (5) above, section 8 shall have effect as if the conditions mentioned in subsection (2) of that section were that—
(a)that person is no longer a fit and proper person to act as a member of an inspection team;
(b)he is no longer capable of assisting in an inspection competently and effectively;
(c)there has been a significant failure on his part to comply with any condition imposed under section 7(5)(c) (as it applies in accordance with sub-paragraph (4) above).
(7)Without prejudice to the generality of paragraph 2(1) of Schedule 2, regulations under that provision may provide that, where a person is appealing simultaneously—
(a)against a decision of the Chief Inspector relating to that person’s registration, and
(b)against a decision of the Chief Inspector relating to that person’s enrolment in the list,
both appeals are to be heard at the same time.]
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