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10.—(1) Every company by whom a policy or a security is issued shall keep a record of the following particulars relative thereto and of any certificates issued in connection therewith:—
(a)the full name and address of the person to whom the policy, security or certificate is issued;
(b)in the case of a policy relating to one or more specified motor vehicles the registration mark of each such motor vehicle;
(c)the date on which the policy or security comes into force and the date on which it expires;
(d)in the case of a policy the conditions subject to which the persons or classes of persons specified in the policy will be indemnified;
(e)in the case of a security the conditions subject to which the undertaking given by the company under the security will be implemented;
and every such record shall be preserved for one year from the date of expiry of the policy or security.
(2) Every specified body shall keep a record of the motor vehicles owned by them in respect of which a policy or a security has not been obtained, and of any certificates issued by them under these Regulations in respect of such motor vehicles, and of the withdrawal or destruction of any such certificates.
(3) Any person who has deposited and keeps deposited with the Accountant-General of the Supreme Court the sum of fifteen thousand pounds in accordance with the provisions of section 144(1) of the Act shall keep a record of the motor vehicles owned by him and of any certificates issued by him or on his behalf under these Regulations in respect of such motor vehicles and of the withdrawal or destruction of any such certificates.
(4) Any company, specified body or other person by whom records of documents are required by these Regulations to be kept shall without charge furnish to the Secretary of State or to any chief officer of police on request any particulars thereof.
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