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The Medicines (Administration of Radioactive Substances) Regulations 1978

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7.—(1) If the Health Ministers propose—

(a)to refuse to grant or renew a certificate, or

(b)to suspend, revoke or vary a certificate

they shall serve notice on the applicant for or the holder of the certificate stating their proposals and the reasons for them and before determining the application or suspending, revoking or varying the certificate as the case may be, if the applicant or the holder of the certificate has within the time allowed notified the Health Ministers of his desire either to be heard or to make representations in writing, the Health Ministers shall afford to the applicant or the holder of the certificate an opportunity of appearing before, and being heard by, a person appointed for the purpose by the Health Ministers or of making representations in writing to the Health Ministers with respect to the proposal.

(2) Where the applicant or the holder of the certificate has availed himself of the opportunity either of being heard by a person appointed for that purpose or of making representations in writing to the Health Ministers and the Health Ministers then determine either—

(a)to refuse to grant or renew the certificate, or

(b)to suspend, revoke or vary the certificate

they shall serve on the applicant for or the holder of the certificate, as the case may be, a notice stating the reasons for their decision.

(3) The provisions of subsection (7) of section 21 of the Act shall have effect in relation to a person appointed under paragraph (1) of this regulation as they have effect in relation to a person appointed under subsection (5) of that section.

(4) In this regulation “the time allowed” means the period of twenty-eight days after the service of a notice under paragraph (1) of this regulation or such extended period as the Health Ministers may in any particular case allow.

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