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Before any such licence as aforesaid shall be granted a requisition for the same, in such form as [F1Transport for London] shall from time to time appoint for that purpose, and accompanied with such certificate as herein-before is required, shall be made and signed by the person by whom such licence shall be required; and in every such requisition all such particulars as [F1Transport for London] shall require shall be truly set forth; and every person applying for or attempting to procure any such licence who shall make or cause to be made any false representation in regard to any of the said particulars, F2. . ., or who shall not truly answer all questions which shall be demanded of him in relation to such application for a licence, and also every person to whom reference shall be made who shall, in regard to such application, wilfully and knowingly make any misrepresentation, shall forfeit for every such offence the sum of [F3level 3 on the standard scale]; and it shall be lawful for [F1Transport for London] to proceed for recovering of such penalty before any magistrate at any time within one calendar month after the commission of the offence, or during the currency of the licence so improperly obtained.
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