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8.—(1) The licensing authority may, subject to and in accordance with the relevant Community provisions, impose an urgent safety restriction on the holder of a traditional herbal registration.
(2) Where the licensing authority imposes an urgent safety restriction in accordance with paragraph (1), the holder of the traditional herbal registration shall—
(a)implement the restriction within a period specified by the licensing authority; and
(b)apply to vary the registration so as to take account of that safety restriction immediately and in any event not later than 15 days after the restriction was imposed.
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