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9.—(1) Where, in the circumstances described in regulation 8(2), the competent body proposes to withdraw an approval relating to the exercise of an establishment activity on an approved establishment, the competent body shall not withdraw the approval unless—
(a)it serves a written notice complying with the requirements of paragraph (2) on the person exercising the activity concerned on the establishment (“the recipient”), and
(b)after the time for compliance with the notice has expired, it is not satisfied that the recipient has complied with the requirements specified in the notice.
(2) A notice served by the competent body under paragraph (1) shall—
(a)state that it proposes to withdraw the approval relating to the establishment activity concerned, because it is not satisfied that the recipient is complying, in relation to that activity, with regulation 41, 58, 75, 83 or 85, as the case may be,
(i)the essential conditions it is not satisfied that the recipient is complying with; and
(ii)the requirements that the recipient of the notice must comply with in order to satisfy it as to compliance with those essential conditions; and
(c)state that, unless it is satisfied that the recipient has complied with those requirements, within such reasonable time as is specified in the notice, the approval for the exercise of the establishment activity concerned will be withdrawn.