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16.—(1) Where any alteration is made to a vehicle so as to make any of the particulars set out in the registration document incorrect, the registered keeper shall deliver to the Secretary of State—
(a)notification of the alteration;
(b)except where the registration document is lost, stolen or destroyed, the registration document.
(2) If the alteration makes any of the particulars shown on the vehicle licence or nil licence incorrect, the registered keeper shall also deliver to the Secretary of State the appropriate licence, unless it is lost, stolen or destroyed.
(3) The Secretary of State may require the registered keeper to furnish such evidence as he may reasonably require to show that the alteration has taken place.
(4) On receiving notification under this regulation the Secretary of State shall, subject to regulation 15, if he is satisfied that the vehicle has been altered in the way notified to him,—
(a)record the alteration in the register;
(b)send to the registered keeper a new registration document showing the correct particulars; and
(c)in a case falling within paragraph (2), send to the registered keeper a new vehicle or nil licence showing the correct particulars.
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