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30. (1) If more than one person is registered in respect of a residential family centre, and a registered person dies, the other registered person shall without delay notify the Commission of the death in writing.
(2) If only one person is registered in respect of a residential family centre, and he dies, his personal representatives shall notify the Commission in writing—
(a)without delay of the death; and
(b)within 28 days of their intentions regarding the future operation of the residential family centre.
(3) The personal representatives of a deceased registered provider may carry on the residential family centre without being registered in respect of it—
(a)for a period not exceeding 28 days;
(b)for any further period as may be determined in accordance with paragraph (4).
(4) The Commission may extend the period specified in paragraph (3)(a) by such further period, not exceeding one year, as the Commission shall determine and shall notify any such determination to the personal representatives in writing.
(5) The personal representatives shall appoint a person to take full-time day to day charge of the residential family centre during any period in which, in accordance with paragraph (3), they carry on the residential family centre without being registered in respect of it.
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