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8(1)This paragraph applies to a person if any of the criteria prescribed for the purposes of this paragraph is satisfied in relation to the person.E+W
(a)this paragraph applies to a person, and
(b)the person is or has been, or might in future be, engaged in regulated activity relating to vulnerable adults.]
(4)[F3DBS] must give the person the opportunity to make representations as to why the person should not be included in the adults' barred list.
(5)Sub-paragraph (6) applies if—
(a)the person does not make representations before the end of any time prescribed for the purpose, or
(b)the duty in sub-paragraph (4) does not apply by virtue of paragraph 16(2).
(6)If [F3DBS] —
(a)is satisfied that this paragraph applies to the person, and
(b)has reason to believe that the person is or has been, or might in future be, engaged in regulated activity relating to vulnerable adults,
it must include the person in the list.
(7)Sub-paragraph (8) applies if the person makes representations before the end of any time prescribed for the purpose.
(8)If [F3DBS] —
(a)is satisfied that this paragraph applies to the person,
(b)has reason to believe that the person is or has been, or might in future be, engaged in regulated activity relating to vulnerable adults, and
(c)is satisfied that it is appropriate to include the person in the adults' barred list,
it must include the person in the list.]
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