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Crime (International Co-operation) Act 2003

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68Endorsement of licence: Great Britain
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(1)This section applies where a person who is normally resident in Great Britain is disqualified by virtue of section 57.

(2)The Secretary of State must secure that particulars of the disqualification are endorsed on the counterpart of any Great Britain licence or of any Northern Ireland licence or Community licence which the person—

(a)may then hold, or

(b)may subsequently obtain,

until he becomes entitled under subsection (4) or (5) to have a Great Britain licence and its counterpart, or a counterpart of his Northern Ireland licence or Community licence, issued to him free from those particulars.

(3)On the issue to the person of—

(a)a new Great Britain licence, or

(b)a new counterpart of a Northern Ireland licence or Community licence,

those particulars must be entered on the counterpart of the new licence or the new counterpart unless he has become so entitled.

(4)The person is entitled to have issued to him with effect from the end of the period for which the endorsement remains effective a new Great Britain licence with a counterpart free from the endorsement if he—

(a)applies for a new licence under section 97(1) of the Road Traffic Act 1988 (c. 52),

(b)surrenders any subsisting licence and its counterpart,

(c)pays the fee prescribed by regulations under Part 3 of that Act, and

(d)satisfies the other requirements of section 97(1).

(5)The person is entitled to have issued to him with effect from the end of that period a new counterpart of any Northern Ireland licence or Community licence then held by him free from the endorsement if he makes an application to the Secretary of State for that purpose in such manner as the Secretary of State may determine.

(6)The endorsement remains effective until four years have elapsed since he was convicted of the offence in relation to which he is disqualified by virtue of section 57.

(7)Where the person ceases to be disqualified by virtue of section 57(6), the Secretary of State must secure that the relevant particulars are endorsed on the counterpart of the Great Britain licence or of any Northern Ireland licence or Community licence previously held by him.

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