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9. Where the business of a producer is transferred in whole or in part to another person—
(a)that producer shall be treated as remaining responsible for those vehicles in respect of which he has made a declaration under regulation 7, or in respect of which the Secretary of State has ascribed responsibility to him under regulation 8, unless he is able to demonstrate to the Secretary of State that the person to whom the business has been transferred has agreed to meet the producer’s obligations in respect of those vehicles under these Regulations; and
(b)the person to whom the whole or part of a business is transferred shall be treated as a producer for the purposes of these Regulations, and shall—
(i)apply to the Secretary of State for registration under regulation 7(2);
(ii)submit details of the system for collection of end-of-life vehicles which he has established under regulation 10; and
(iii)attain the targets for reuse, recovery and recycling in regulation 18.
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