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15In section 72(2)(a) (matters about licences to be entered in register maintained by Regulator)—

(a)in sub-paragraph (iii) (modifications and revocations of licences), insert at the end “and every requirement to modify conditions of a licence imposed on the Regulator by the Authority”,

(b)in sub-paragraph (iv) (revocation of licence exemptions), insert at the end “and every requirement to revoke a licence exemption imposed on the Regulator by the Authority”,

(c)in sub-paragraph (vii) (enforcement orders etc.), for “which relates” substitute “made by the Regulator in relation”, and

(d)after that sub-paragraph insert—

(viii)every scheme made by the Secretary of State under section 7A(4) above or paragraph 2 of Schedule 28 to the Transport Act 2000;.

16In section 73(2) (matters which Authority is to enter in register maintained by it)—

(a)in paragraph (e) (provisions of enforcement orders etc.), for “which relates to” substitute “made by the Authority in relation to a licence or”, and

(b)at the end insert—

(h)every licence with conditions relating to consumer protection, every licence exemption with such conditions and every approval given by the Authority to such conditions of a licence or licence exemption;

(i)every assignment of a licence to which the Authority has consented;

(j)every requirement to modify conditions of a licence imposed by the Authority on the Regulator;

(k)every requirement to revoke a licence exemption imposed by the Authority on the Regulator;

(l)every requirement imposed, or consent or approval given, by the Authority under a licence;

(m)every scheme made by the Secretary of State under section 7A(4) above or paragraph 2 of Schedule 28 to the Transport Act 2000;.

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