134General conditions of recognitionE+W+N.I.
(1)Ofqual must set and publish the general conditions to which a recognition is to be subject.
(2)Different general conditions may be set for—
(a)recognition of different descriptions of awarding bodies;
(b)recognition in respect of different qualifications or different descriptions of qualifications;
(c)recognition in respect of credits in respect of different components of qualifications or different descriptions of components of qualifications.
(3)Ofqual may revise the general conditions.
(4)If Ofqual revises the general conditions it must publish them as revised.
(5)Before setting or revising the general conditions Ofqual must consult such persons as it considers appropriate.
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