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4.—(1) Where any condition in paragraph (2) is satisfied, the Treasury may give a direction that a person identified in the direction is designated for the purposes of this Order.
(2) The conditions are that the Treasury have reasonable grounds for suspecting that the person is or may be—
(a)a person who commits, attempts to commit, participates in or facilitates the commission of acts of terrorism;
(b)a person identified in the Council Decision;
(c)a person owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by a designated person; or
(d)a person acting on behalf of or at the direction of a designated person.
(3) The Treasury may specify in the direction that the prohibition in article 8(1) does not apply in respect of the person identified in the direction.
(4) The Treasury may vary or revoke a direction at any time.
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