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(1)This section applies if the Chief Inspector is required by virtue of this Part to issue more than one certificate of registration to a person.
(2)If the Chief Inspector considers it appropriate, he may combine any two or more of those certificates in a single certificate (a combined certificate).
(3)A combined certificate of registration must contain prescribed information about prescribed matters.
(4)If there is a change of circumstances which requires the amendment of a combined certificate of registration, the Chief Inspector must give the registered person an amended combined certificate.
(5)If the Chief Inspector is satisfied that a combined certificate of registration has been lost or destroyed, the Chief Inspector must give the registered person a copy, on payment by that person of any prescribed fee.
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