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21.—(1) If a licensee or registered person dies or becomes incapacitated, a person manufacturing or storing explosives in accordance with the terms of the first-named person’s licence or registration shall be treated as being licensed or registered in accordance with the first-named person’s licence or registration until either —
(a)the expiration of 28 days from such death or incapacity; or
(b)the grant or refusal of a new licence or registration,
whichever is the earlier.
(2) If a licensee or registered person becomes bankrupt or, in the case of a company, goes into liquidation or receivership or has a receiving order made against it, any receiver, trustee in bankruptcy or liquidator shall be treated as being the licensee or registered person.
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