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9(1)This paragraph applies to a person if—
(a)it appears to IBB that the person has (at any time) engaged in relevant conduct, and
(b)IBB proposes to include him in the adults' barred list.
(2)IBB must give the person the opportunity to make representations as to why he should not be included in the adults' barred list.
(3)IBB must include the person in the adults' barred list if—
(a)it is satisfied that the person has engaged in relevant conduct, and
(b)it appears to IBB that it is appropriate to include the person in the list.
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