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5.—(1) Where one or more written exchange rate indications are displayed on any premises, a written exchange rate indication (together with related statements required to be given under regulation 4 above) shall be given clearly and prominently and so as to be visible to each consumer—
(a)as he approaches the premises or the part of the premises where the bureau de change is operated; or
(b)as soon as he enters the premises or, as the case may be, that part.
(2) Any exchange rate indication and any statement required to be given under regulation 4 above shall—
(a)be clearly expressed, unambiguous and easily identifiable by a consumer as applying to the currency in question; and
(b)be given audibly (in the case of an oral indication or statement) or legibly (in the case of a written indication or statement).
(3) Any written statement which is displayed on any premises shall be given as clearly, legibly and prominently as the exchange rate indication to which it relates.
(4) In paragraph (2) above, the reference to an exchange rate indication includes a reference to any net price to which regulation 4(5) above applies.
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