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65.—(1) Nothing in these Regulations shall require a United Kingdom notified body to determine a relevant application—
(a)which is not in English or another language acceptable to that body; or
(b)where the applicant has not—
(i)granted the body access to the radiocomunication transmission apparatus to which the application relates or the production facilities for the apparatus (including where applicable, the production envisaged in relation to a representative) to the extent that the body reasonably requests; and
(ii)made available to the body such information as it may reasonably require to determine the application.
(2) Nothing in these Regulations shall require a United Kingdom notified body to—
(a)determine a relevant application; or
(b)having determined the application, to inform the applicant of the result thereof or, in the case of a successful application, to issue the EC type-examination certificate, unless—
(i)where the body is the CAA or BABT, the applicant has paid the fees charged thereby pursuant to regulation 63 above;
(ii)where the body is the DRA or the RA, the applicant has paid any fees chargeable in accordance with regulations made under section 56 of the Finance Act 1973.