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9. Before making an unfavourable decision in respect of an applicant, that is to say–
(a)refusing to grant approval pursuant to regulation 8 above;
(b)the imposition of a condition on an approval or the making of a restrictive variation of a condition thereof pursuant to regulation 8 above in circumstances where the applicant has not indicated in writing that the type of standard plug concerned is suitable for use subject to that condition; or
(c)the cancellation of an approval,
a notified body in the United Kingdom shall–
(i)give notice in writing to the applicant or holder of the approval concerned, as the case may be, of the reasons why it proposes to make the unfavourable decision; and
(ii)give the person to whom notice is given in sub–paragraph (i) above the opportunity of making representations within a period of 28 days of the notice being given as to why that body should make a favourable decision, and consider any representations which are made by that person within that period.